Feb 17, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; Eastern Conference forward LeBron James (left) of the Miami Heat greets recording artist Jay-Z at halftime of the 2013 NBA all star game at the Toyota Center. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

LeBron James Raps on First Studio Track

We have heard LeBron James rap before, on Instagram and on stage, but this is the first time we have heard a produced track featuring the Miami Heat star.

TMZ (barf) broke the news.

‘Bron and his childhood friend Sian Cotton hit up a recording studio in Ohio last summer and busted out a remix of the Jay Z club banger “F**kwithmeyouknowIgotit.”

LeBron lays down the hook and takes a verse later on, rapping “Say what you want about the King/ Got money, got cribs, got whips and, oh yeah, got two rings!”

Overall, it’s pretty meh. But James sounds clean even though his voice isn’t meant to go as high as it does on the “two rings” part.

Keep in mind, though, James has the money to buy as much studio time as he wants, resulting in as much practice, takes and editing it would take to produce this two-minute track.


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