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In the wake of Kobe Bryant's death, the Game, Big Sean, and Hit-Boy have linked up to pay tribute to the Lakers legend. In a preview shared by Los Angeles Leakers host Justin Credible, Game and Sean show their love to Kobe over an emotional beat from Hit-Boy.

"Fuck 24/7, I'm going 24/8/That's magic and he knew what it took to be great," Sean raps in the preview. 

"I was courtside when you scored 60/Now you in heaven with my n***a from the 60s," Game raps in a follow-up verse. "Black Mamba, neighborhood Nipsey/That's the type of love you throw and it come back like a frisbee."

It's unclear when the song will officially be released, but it's likely that it'll make it out imminently. In a recent tweet, Game further teased the track by quoting Sean's lyrics.

Following the news of Kobe's passing, both Game and Big Sean posted their condolences on Twitter. "Mamba Mentality 4 life! Thank you for everything Kobe," Sean tweeted.

"I'm sick !!!!! I love you bro. Thank you for everything," Game said in a tweet upon hearing the news. "Life is short. Death is krazy."

Check out a preview of the tribute song above.