While doing promo for his new album, Jesus Piece that hit stores yesterday, Game chopped it up with BET and touched on multiple topics such as his new label, Rolex Records, if he thinks he’ll ever do a song with Jay-Z, what 50 Cent has to do for a G-Unit reunion to happen and more.

During the interview with BET, Game touched on his new venture, Rolex Records with Stat Quo:

You know what we are doing, we compiled a bunch of things that was taught to us individually by Dr. Dre in our own separate experiences on Aftermath, and we created Rolex Records. It’s no tolerance, only dope music, we’re not putting out anything sub-par. If we don’t get the greatest new artist, or the artist we feel that can sell millions of records, we’re not even gonna do it man.

As he continues, he spoke on artists he has lined up:

We got a few people that are in demo mode, and were hoping somebody jumps out. It’s kinda like a hood American Idol, internally. So wait and hopefully someone jumps out, we’re gonna have something soon.

As the interview continued, Game spoke on why he initially dissed Jay-Z, and was asked if he wished that he never dissed him, so they could do a record together:

It wasn’t that I resented Jay-Z or had any real beef, it was just – I wanted to pick a fight, I could spit at him, and maybe he could spit at me, and get into a lyrical war. I always felt like just being a student of Hip Hop and a fan of Jay-Z early, knowing that I can challenge Jay, so I tried an he responded with little lines, here and there, and I think that possibility of a song got tainted over the years.

Game’s hopeful to record with Jay one day:

I mean it’s a new day, I’m a new person, a little bit older, so hopefully one day we will be able to make that happen, if not I had a glorious career, on my 5th album and not looking for anything else to fall out the sky for me, so it is what it is.

As the interview wrapped up, on the day that Game dropped a new G-Unit diss, “Blood of Christ,” on the Best Buy deluxe edition of his album, the Compton rapper said he’s still down for a G-Unit reunion:

What 50’s got to do is let go of his ego. I don’t hold grudges; I think I was mad for the time being. After that I immediately graduated to a neutral ground where that could have happened. But it’s 50, once he calms his ego and realizes that there still could be a possibility of G-Unit reforming, but all I know if you can’t do G-Unit without Game, and you cant do it without 50. So 50 can do all the members, but if I’m missing it’s just not complete. I can try to do it, if he’s not there, it’s not complete.

Watch Game’s interview with BET, below: