July 16, 2008 03:50:00 GMT
The British singer's troubled profile doesn't stop the rapper from eying her as a future collaboration partner just before he steps down from the music scene.
Despite all of the recent troubles she's been having, it seems that Amy Winehouse's persona has never stopped catching the eyes of other musicians. The latest one that stated an admiration for the British singer is rapper The Game, who said that he would love to record a song with her.
The rapper revealed that he wants to do the duet with Amy just before he steps down from the music industry to focus more on her family and become a hip-hop mogul. Confirming his plan to collaborate with the troubled singer, Game told the press, "Me and Amy Winehouse would be dope. I think we could probably win a Grammy together. I love her music. I think we need to do one big song."
Moreover Game also said that he doesn't mind if he has to move to England if he wants to team up with Amy. He also added that he won't even mind if he has to build a record label in the Queen Elizabeth country saying, "I love it there. I'd love to set up a label in London. I'd be like David Beckham, moving from America to Britain."
Meanwhile, beside aiming to collaborate with Amy in the future, the rapper himself is currently preparing to release his third and final album "L.A.X.", which is set to drop on August 26. The new record is a star studded joint as it features Games' collaborative effort with lots of famous names in the music world, such as Ice Cube, Ne-Yo, Ludacris, Travis Barker, Keyshia Cole, Nas, Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes and many more.