NEW YORK CITY - A representative for the Rolling Stones recently met with Kanye West's business manager at New York's famed Trump Tower.
The two met to discuss the British band acquiring the rights to Kanye's album titled Kanye West's Tribute To The Dust Bowl Days.
Stones lead singer Mick Jagger reportedly fell in love with the album when he first heard it in a small pub in Pimlico.
He told guitarist Keith Richards about it and the two along with Charlie Watts and Ron Wood decided that they would like to produce a film based on the album.
Jagger said that it would be done as a tribute to all of the American families who lived through that horrible period of time.
Mick has even hinted that the four lads would make cameo appearances in the film but would of course not speak since they do have very strong British accents.
SIDENOTE: Kanye West is reportedly thrilled with the idea and he has said that for the right price he would even sell Kim's mama.