New San Antonio Spurs forward Stephen Jackson has dabbled with the rap game and has a single that has recently surfaced. It’s tough to call Jackson an “artist” because of track record NBA guys have with rap albums, but as music goes, “artists” are always collaborating with other “artists.”
Oklahoma City superstud Kevin Durant makes a small appearance on Jackson’s single “Lonely at the Top.” So when Jackson’s new Spurs teammate Tim Duncan came to him and asked to be a small inclusion on Jackson’s album, he was flat out denied.
“I asked [Stephen Jackson] if I could rap a little on his album, and he told me no, straight out,” Duncan said. “I was very offended. He’s never even heard me rap. He doesn’t know what I could do.”
Tim Duncan is a four-time NBA champion, a three time Finals MVP, a two-time league MVP and a 13-time All Star and yet he couldn’t make the cut on what will most likely not be much better than nails on a chalkboard.
Eh, Duncan’s four rings…Durant’s short spot on the album…Duncan’s four rings…Durant’s short spot on the album…Duncan’s four rings — yeah, Duncan’s four rings.