R-Mean Enlists Jeremih For Scott Storch-Produced ‘King James’
R-Mean Jeremih King James: The eventual fate of basketball was unclear, recently, as the COVID-19 pandemic put the world on lockdown. However, the NBA figured out how to bring basketball to our houses with adequate precautions taken. On Tuesday (September 15), the Los Angeles Clippers lost to the Denver Nuggets in the NBA’s Western Conference Finals, and now as the Los Angeles Lakers get ready to go head to head against the Nuggets, R-Mean dropped his track “King James” featuring Jeremih to praise the coordinate.
“King James” is, obviously, named after sports extraordinary LeBron James, and the track is created by another symbol, Scott Storch. “We started working on this record late last year. I wanted to create an anthem about having a winning type of attitude called ‘King James.’ When we got it done we figured we would release it around All-Star weekend, but then Kobe passed away and it didn’t feel right to drop this,” said R-Mean. “So we figured we’ll release during playoffs, but then Covid canceled the entire NBA season! But now that the NBA is back and the Lakers are looking great in the post-season, I felt like it actually worked out even better. Cuz now I get to use this record as a follow up to my album with Berner to keep the momentum going.”
Listen to ‘King James’ below.
The type of brain drive a muthaf*cka insane
I learned from Don Juan Rick James
Big watch big Range
There’s not a muthaf*ckin’ thing I ever ran from
I draw these hoes like a foul, and one