It must be pretty dope to be LeBron James. On top of being one of the greatest players to ever step foot on an NBA court and the millions and millions of dollars you rake in on an annual basis as a result of that distinction, you also get to be one of the first people to hear some of the most hotly anticipated music out there. Over the weekend, the Cavs forward was chilling out when he decided to snap a video of himself jamming to new, unheard tracks from both Meek Mill and Nipsey Hustle.
The first clip featured what appears to be the intro from Meek’s next project DC. 4.5. Luckily, it was captured by one of the rapper’s fan accounts who Tweeted it out.
The second clip was shared by Nipsey Hustle himself and offers a small glimpse of his song “Blue Laces 2.”
Even though he’s rocking with Meek lately, that doesn’t mean he’s taken the Philly rapper’s side in his years-long feud with Drake. Last month, James shared this image on Instagram shortly after Drizzy dropped his latest project More Life.
Just like with this unreleased DC 4.5 track, it also seems like LeBron got a hold of at least part of More Life months before it dropped as well.
It’s good to be the King.