"That's definitely a project that I would be open to do. Whenever time permits, we're gonna put something together and shock the world. What he's rhyming about is relevant to both the East Coast and West Coast. And to use a name like "The Game" was very smart, as he is actually talking about what is happening in hip hop and putting it in perspective. You can see where Game draws envy from his own people." Click here
to listen to a Nas interview with BBC.
In other news: Game is using his new popularity to generate even more income. Following in the footsteps of Eminem and 50 Cent, Game have shifted some of his concentration into the movie world. According to MTV, Game will make his big screen debut in a movie titled "The Millionaire Boys Club," which is expected to be out this summer.
The film is loosely based on the Compton, California native's life and was written and directed by Cess Silvera of the indie film "Shottas," which featured Wyclef Jean and Tyson Beckford. Acting alongside the new West Coast superstar, Bryce Wilson of "Beauty Shop" and Michael K. Williams of "The Wire" also have lead roles.
As for the beef that was brewing with him and 50 Cent seems like it is behind him (see "50 Cent And Game Make Peace, Holding Press Conference To Announce New Plans"), but it doesn't seem that the two will work together anytime soon. " not really a remarriage but a kind of a parting ways and settling our differences," Game explained to MTV. "I'm still going my way. It's still Aftermath. I'm working on blowing my imprint up, and I've got the help of Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre with that."