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YG's Down To Collaborate With LeBron James On A Track

If LeBron James dabbles in the rap game, he could count on YG for a feature.

LeBron James is finally settling in to his new home of Los Angeles. At the top of the month, it was announced that James signed one of the biggest deals in NBA history with the Lakers. The trade was divisive among plenty of basketball fans but it looks like LeBron is getting ready to make the most with his time in the City Of Angels. YG recently said that he thinks Paul George made a good move by not signing to the Lakers. However, YG is a big fan of LeBron and if the former Cavaliers player decides to hop in the studio, he could count on the "Big Bank" rapper for a verse.
Aside from basketball, LeBron James has been working towards making his way into other avenues of entertainment such as film. YG recently spoke to TMZ about the possibilities of LeBron getting into the rap game during his time in L.A. Both Shaq and Kobe Bryant dabbled in music during their time with the Lakers. However, YG believes that LeBron won't be following their footsteps anytime soon, mainly because he's an older guy. If it were to occur, YG would definitely be willing to drop a verse for LeBron.
"Aye, I fuck with LeBron, though," he said, "Hell yeah, that n**ga can get a YG feature."


YG's three weeks away from the release of his third studio album. Stay Dangerous is expected to hit stores on August 3rd and will be followed by an accompanying 4Hunnid fashion show and live concert at the Microsoft Theatre in L.A. on August 5th.

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