New KOBE BRYANT Song Tribute Features BIG SEAN, THE GAME

Camille Santos

Posted at January 31, 2020

Latin trap singer Bad Bunny isn't the only musician to channel his devastation over the tragic death of Kobe Bryant into a song. Detroit-bred rapper Big Sean recently linked up with The Game and Hit Boy for a yet-untitled track.

Los Angeles Lakers host Justin Credible first previewed the song on Instagram, writing: "I found this song that some of my friends did that I wanted to share with y'all. Another LA King rapping his heart out for our hero."

In the one-minute preview, Sean can be heard rapping "Fuck 24/7, I'm going 24/8. That's magic and he knew what it took to be great." Game follows it up with a verse of his own. "I was courtside when you scored 60. Now you in heaven with my n***a from the '60s," he raps.


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No word yet on if or when the track will be released for public consumption, but with the pain of losing the hardcourt icon still fresh in everyone's mind, we wouldn't have to wait long.


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