Generally, when someone breaks out of the box and becomes a chart champion,
"I got to get her on a track, for real. We'd make a hit," added the rapper, who has caused head-scratching in the past by palling around with kitschy cabaret superstar Bette Midler. "Everyone is talking about her. ... She's got an amazing voice, and together we'd get everyone dancing. I'm always looking to do something new, and she's cool, so I'll ask somebody to let her know," said 50, who returned to his grittier, street-anthem roots on the just-released Before I Self-Destruct, which fell to #19 during its second week while Boyle notched a massive 701,000-copy debut.
"I'd love to take her clubbing, show her around my world," he said of the shy church volunteer, who has struggled at times with her sudden worldwide fame and who covers the Monkees and "Silent Night" on her debut album. "She'd have a great time."