LeBron James and Kevin Durant are of course household names now, however, back in 2012-2013 during the NBA Lockout they hadn’t quite achieved the same level of success, hence why the two basketball superstars hit the Spider studios based out of Cleveland OH to take out some of the frustration regarding their lack of Championships as at the time of recording neither had won any. Specifically, the duo put down bars touching upon the struggle of making it in the industry with Franky Wahoo and Stewbillionaire producing the cut from there.

Within the rap, Durant says “I got the money, but that’s the root of all evil. I stayed the same, but it’s changing all the wrong people,” while Lebron states “Every hater all the same, I feelin’ like the world is Skip Bayless and I’m LeBron James.” Take a listen to the track in full below.

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