50 Cent has officially turned over a new leaf, instead of making enemies in the rap game, he's looking to join forces with them. According to the Queen's rapper, for his forthcoming release, 'The Return of the Heartless Monster,' he wants to do a few different collaborations including one with Kanye West.

"Don't even be surprised if you hear me and Kanye, just talented artists period," 50 said in an interview. "I'mma collaborate and make a monster this time. Ain't nobody off limits to me in my head. If creatively they have something they feel is something for the project, I'm with it."

The hip-hop heavyweights famously went up against each other back in 2007 releasing their albums -- 50's 'Curtis' and West's 'Graduation' -- on the same day. Although Yeezy, revealed that the competition was nothing more than a publicity stunt on his part, 50 was not such a gracious loser. One year later he publicly mocked the Grammy winner's '808s and Heartbreaks' album.

In the past few weeks, 50 has been using Twitter as a mean to preview new music, and attack just about anyone he can thinks of. He has however vowed to take a break from his tweeting addiction to focus on his music. "I just had to give it a break because I had to go back to writing -- writing my record," he said. "Concentrate on the music, picking the right things."

While West is promoting his upcoming release, 'Dark Twisted Fantasy, which is due in store later this year, 50 has yet to announce a release date for 'The Return of the Heartless Monster.'