Westside Connection may be making a comeback without Mack 10 but with The Game replacing him instead,
Sources from within Ice Cubes camp that wish to remain Anonymous have revealed that Cube wants to start work on a new Westside Connection album shortly after the release of his upcoming solo album, Raw Footage.
The sources claim that for the album, which will be Westside Connections third, Ice Cube wants to replace the group’s third member Mack 10 with Compton rapper The Game.
Westside Connection, comprised of Ice Cube, WC and Mack 10, released their first album in 1996 titled “Bow Down,” the album reached the #2 position on the Billboard 200 and has been certified platinum.
The group’s second album was released in 2003 and was titled “Terrorist Threats,” the album reached #16 on the Billboard 200 and has been certified Gold by the RIAA.
There has been no official comment on Ice Cube’s plans for a new album or on Game’s joining of the group.
Ice Cube’s “Raw Footage” is scheduled for release on August 19th via Lench Mob records, The Game’s upcoming album “L.A.X.” (Los Angeles Times) is set to be released on August 26th via Geffen records.