Game and Chris Brown have linked up for several collaborations including “Pot of Gold” and the recent “Celebration,” also featuring Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Tyga. But the pair could have a long-form project on the way.

During an interview with CBS Local, the Compton, California rapper said that he has a lot of respect for Breezy and that a collaborative album could be in the cards.

“Do you know what the thing about that is? I’ve gotten that question more than ‘How are your kids?’ these days,” he said. “Chris Brown, he is, to me, Bobby Brown in Hip Hop these days. It’s almost the same, man. He’s just the bad boy of R&B. He’s also like a little brother to me. Anytime I call him, anything I need done is going to get done ASAP. Anybody else calls, you know your’e going to need $200,000 to get Chris Brown on a record. But we make good music.”

As for a joint LP, Chuck Taylor says he isn’t against linking up with Brown for a Best of Both Worlds-type project. But regardless of how it takes shape, Game explains that he’ll always have his back.

“Who knows what the future holds, but I’m not opposed to doing anything like that. I have a lot of respect and a lot of love for his craft and what he does. That’s my little brother. I’ma hold him down throughout the duration of my life. As long as I’m here, Chris Brown is going to be OK.”

Watch the interview below

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