Quavo Crafts New Song for ESPN in Honor of LeBron James' First Home Game as a Los Angeles Laker


LeBron James is the brand new king of Los Angeles. The Lakers star made his grand debut Thursday, however LA fell sufferer to the Portland Trail Blazers of their season opener, though James nonetheless managed to pour in 26 factors and seize 12 rebounds. Now, your complete NBA fanbase turns its focus to LeBron's cinematic Staples Center debut towards the Houston Rockets on Saturday night time. In anticipation of the extremely touted match-up, ESPN has tapped sports activities fanatic Quavo to pen a recent observe in promotion of King James' residence opener. 

With Huncho being a superb pal of LeBron's, the Migos frontman is definitely the proper artist to rise to the event.The 27-year-old's basketball-themed tune will premiere on ESPN, coinciding with the 10:30 p.m. ET tip-off simply previous to recreation time in La La Land.

Quavo's DJ Durel-produced observe marks the primary of many contributions coming on account of Quality Control Music and ESPN's brand-new partnership. "King of LA/ King of LA/ MVP MVP instances 4/ Year 16, by no means understand how way back/ Knocking on the championship's entrance door," the ATL native raps within the tune's teaser.

Check out a preview of Quavo's observe beneath. Don't miss LeBron James' Staples Center debut when the Lakers tackle the Houston Rockets at 10:30 p.m. ET on Saturday night time on ESPN.