50 & Eminem To Do A CD Together?

The only thing left for 50 Cent and Eminem to accomplish is to do a CD together.

Em & Fiddy

If this were to go down, this would have so much money written all over it that it wouldn’t even be funny.  It would be like Jay-Z & R-Kelly’s Best of Both Worlds, but without the pee-gate scandle to hinder it’s growth.

According to MTV, a CD may be in the works from rap’s dynamic duo that may help generate some much needed buzz in the rap industry that hasn’t been seen in quite some time.

Recently on BET’s “106 & Park,” 50 Cent spoke on how he, Eminem and Dr. Dre are probably the most powerful crew of artists in the music business today. Dre’s a legend, Eminem is rolling — his Relapse went #1 last week — and Fif has been very successful as well. But since 50 and Em are so tight, will we ever see the two of them make an entire LP together? DJ Whoo Kid says the project has been talked about, but he isn’t holding his breath waiting for it to happen.

“They been talking about that sh– for years,” Whoo Kid said. “We even talked about it in the mixtape format. It’s an incredible situation [that] I hope one day goes down. Who wouldn’t want to see that? I don’t know what they gonna call that. I remember Em joked about that, ‘Let’s call it Ebony and Ivory.’ Society is gonna have to force these guys to do it … the scheduling, Em’s album, 50’s album — it’s all scheduling. We’ve talked about it the last three, four years. You would want to see it, right?”

Even though Fiddy’s game has been lacking and Em is on some other ish right, I feel that this would be a great move for both of them to try and pull this off.  What do you guys think?

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