News: Busta Rhymes & Game Promise Hollywood Caliber Collabo, "[We] Makin' Hits"

Monday, Jan 18, 2010 10:35AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Former Aftermath Records labelmates Busta Rhymes and Game have once again linked up in the studio to put together a blockbuster collaboration.

Speaking via Twitter, Busta compared their studio efforts to James Cameron's sci-fi hit film Avatar.

"Me and Game in the studio makin' a Avatar/Precious movie in the studio on the night of the Golden Globe awards b*tch!!! R.E.D./ THE CHEMO!!!," Busta wrote early Monday (January 18) morning. "@noreaga I am n*gga....Call me Now family...!!!!" (Busta Rhymes' Twitter)

Game also confirmed his attendance through Twitter.

"RT @BusaBusss: Me and Game in the studio makin' a Avatar/Precious movie in the studio on the night of the Golden G (cont)," Game re-tweeted. " Gettin twisted off this patron n blowin that "UN UNH, I know that aint that SHI (cont) 5 yrs ago today Jan. 18th 2005 my 1st album "THE DOCUMENTARY" dropped. Who (cont) Still In studio wit the big homie @busabusss makin hits n all of a sudden my ghostwriter walked in ha ha ha...." (Game's Twitter)

For his R.E.D. Album, Game has linked with artists including Beanie Sigel and Nicki Minaj.

Pharrell Williams isn't the only mixmaster contributing beats to "R.E.D." Cool and Dre, DJ Khalil and Dr. Dre all lend their production efforts, while Beanie Sigel, Rick Ross, Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke make guest appearances. Songs on the album include "It Must Be Me," which finds Game bragging about the luxuries of his life over an "N.W.A. mixed with an eclectic beat"; "Pussy Fight," featuring Lil Wayne protege Nicki Minaj ("When you hear her on it, you'll understand why she was perfect for it"); and "Lost," which "describes the relationship between my father and I and my sister in depth like I've never done before." (Billboard Biz)

Earlier this month, Game said he wanted to put in studio time with pop singer Lady Gaga.

"I'm trying to get [Interscope co-founder and chairman] Jimmy Iovine to throw me in the studio with Lady Gaga," he explained in an interview. "She's a rebel, and I go against the grain every day, so, if it happens, it'll be monumental for the state of music...Dre and I have always been on the same team, I've just been too wild for him at times. He's older and legendary and he's been through enough drama in his career and doesn't have to jump into my drama. So, I understood that and why he pulled back." (ABC News)

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