Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin “Easy Money Sniper” Durant isn’t just the best post-Kobe Bryant era ballplayer today, but he’s also got bars!
“Whole Life” finds the GOAT baller linking up with fellow OKC rappers Josh Salle, Privaledge and CL McCoy for a soul-infused ditty with production reminiscent of an early Dipset record. With his precise delivery, KD effortlessly rides the beat with the same graciousness and effortlessness he does while on the court, nailing every punchline much like he does his three-pointers.
Solidifying his position as the Bo Jackson of this rap shit with the way he’s freakishly gifted in two arenas – the hardwood and the booth – KD ends up contradicting himself with his lighter fluid bars – he may be “not nice” on the court but he’s more than nice in the studio.
Rappers take note. Much like Beyonce delivered arguably the best album of the year with seconds remaining on the 2013 shot clock, so did Sniper Jones with his late game, record of the year contender “Whole Life.”