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Last week, James Harden made his R&B singing debut on Foot Locker's latest commercial with Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry being critical of the Rockets star's "ability."
Now, Curry is taking his turn to display his own "talent" on a "Foot Locker approved" remix video of Harden's one hit wonder on YouTube.
In the remix, Curry states he can sing better than Harden, but anyone with even a slight ear for music can tell both of the NBA star's singing talents are lacking that special "it" factor needed to survive in the music industry.
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