In the summer of 2017, Lifetime Athletic—a gym located just blocks away from the heart of Times Square—became basketball’s most hallowed ground. It’s where former New York Knicks trainer and current social media sensation Chris Brickley held some of the greatest scrimmages ever played, featuring the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant, James Harden, and many more.

“I’ve only seen this place on Instagram,” marvels the 6’11’’ man standing before me. Decked out in a Puma tracksuit, he meticulously surveys the gym. “It’s pretty cool to actually be here now.”

For 19-year-old Marvin Bagley III, his long journey to the NBA is almost complete. The former Duke Blue Devil and 2017-18 ACC Player of the Year is a top prospect in this year’s NBA Draft. Today, MB3 is joined by his father Marvin Jr., mother Tracy, and 9-year-old brother Martray to shoot an exclusive video spot with JBL at Lifetime, as well as the Audiomack Studios in NOHO.

Why Audiomack? Well, if you haven’t heard, Marvin, when he’s not terrorizing defenses with his elite scoring ability, is rapping. If history has taught us anything, it’s that ballers should probably stick to balling, with a few exceptions (see: Shaq and Damian Lillard, a.k.a. Dame D.O.L.L.A.). But the three songs Marvin has dropped to date are fire.