"It's the kid King James..." *tears*

Now, I'm sure Lebron is only joking with these. That, however, doesn't mean that these struggle bars aren't, well, struggle bars. They are, though, much better than the efforts of Troy Hudson, Cedric Ceballos, and Dana Barros combined, if that means anything.

Shaquille O'Neal's "Still Can't Stop The Reign" is still the greatest basketball-player-turnt-rapper song of all time, in my opinion.

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  • yaowa

    nah Troy Hudson was better

  • DQ

    Lets be honest now, this doesn't sound much different than most rap artists out right now. If you think this is wack then you have to hold a good 80-90% of the hip hop game to the same standard

  • http://www.multiplehustle.com Allen Walker

    I really don't understand this whole "God Complex" thing Meka has going on here where you're not allowed to have fun an rap anymore???

    Heaven forbid you ever play a pickup game of basketball...

    You hella lame for that.

  • Philly bash

    @Meka I always liked Shaq first effort Shaq Diesel better. Can't stop the Reign was hott only cause of B.I.G

  • Jo

    @DQ I agree. His flow was better than some of the rappers out here. You can't try to clown him but give dopes on others.

  • The Real TC

    Honestly, I agree with most of these guys, if this is a RAoF, most of the stuff posted on this site should be. I actually didn't mind his flow, especially compared to some currently popular rappers.