The NBA just got some new pregame music.
On Thursday, hip-hop icon Jay-Z released his 13th solo studio album, 4:44. It’s not meant for the clubs, but the 47-year-old rapper gets deep, making the 10-track project perfect for plane or bus rides. Plus, as always, HOV sprinkled in sports references, shouting out Chris Paul and Michael Jordan.
Several pro hoopers took to social media to praise the album:
No word from LeBron James, but we anxiously await the King’s Instagram review.
[Twitter, h/t Slam]
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