LeBron James Has not Stopped Listening To Kendrick Lamar's "NOTHING".
LeBron James continues to display elite Kendrick Lamar fandom.
Indianapolis, IN – Kendrick Lamar DAMN. it is still in heavy rotation in the NBA hooper LeBron James, despite King James preview the album before it was made available to the general public.
Following the Cleveland Cavaliers stunning victory over the Indiana Pacers on Thursday (20 April), LeBron was asked if he had the opportunity to give a DAMN. a solid listen. He revealed that since the first time you put your hands on the latest K-Dot now, have not stopped listening to the album.
LeBron then gives you an idea of where your Kendrick fandom is derived from. He offered praise for the Compton wordsmith the lyrics of the songs and games of words, and also applauded the rapper to dispel the notion that you have to play basketball or sell drugs to make the bell.
"I have not stopped listening to it since he sent it to me," LeBron James said. "I don't even know if that was last week or not. Before it came out. And the guy is an incredible talent. His word play and his lyrics are incredible. And hit home for me sometimes, because I was a child that grew up in the inner city. And in his history of the notion of well play basketball or sell drugs or that. Does not exist. You become a statistic. And as an African-American child growing up in the inner city do not believe that you can get out and become something. So, that's why I'm able to relate with many of his letters. And refer to a lot of their stories."
Before last Friday's (April 14), the release of the CURSE., LeBron shared a video of himself that vibrates to "ELEMENT". and other issues of this album in a video uploaded to Instagram.
Given that simply LeBron James makes the private to select TDE advantages, according to the reports, was partially responsible for the release of Kendrick's untitled unmastered. the album.
Following Kendrick's Grammy performance last year, LeBron was asked who the Top Dawg, "the release of the untitled tracks as soon as possible."