There are some decent rappers out there in the NBA, namely Metta World Peace, Iman Shumpert, and Kevin Durant. But for the most part, NBA rapper releases feel like vanity projects. It's like they're rapping for the sake of simply showing they can rap and have the ability to produce a rap song without any sort of necessity. That's not really the case for "Whole Life," Durant's latest song. The Thunder star decided to give local OKC artists Privaledge, Josh Sallee, and CL McCoy some shine. They aren't rhyming over charity production either. Check out how Durant putting others on the map sounds below.
[via Beyond the Buzzer]