Been meaning to share this for months:
I mainly listen to the underground Christian Hip-Hop movement stuff and a guy from Cincy named K-Drama dropped a CD with a hot song called Air Jordan On 'Em. Basically the song is a giant analogy using Michael Jordan's ability to overcome the seemingly impossible and relates that to a believer's life. It turned into a remix session from there with other rappers doing their own versions. I know for a fact that at one Miami Heat game, the Dwyane Wade version was played. It's gone from basketball to Rick Flair On 'Em and Jeff Gordan On 'Em among others.
Anyways, check these vids:
--NO ONE can jump like Michael did (not just vertical but hangtime)
(Official Remix--my favorite version b/c of the guys he got in it)
Kobe (2 versions of his song; Sho Baraka's is HILARIOUS--listen for all the puns)
LeBron (no1 has made a highlight vid for his song, which is by far the longest; TONS of rappers in it)
Dwayne Wade (No vid for his either)
Just thought I should share :-)
These are awesome! I already got them off Itunes. He should get a record deal because that is better than tons of other rappers out there!!!!!!!!! Awesome Post!
nice song nice vid
Call your local radio stations and request it :-)
That's the CD the original is on.
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