The upcoming documentary More Than a Game follows Lebron James as he rises from high school phenomenon to NBA superstar, much like a certain southern rapper emerged from the streets to become a hip-hop legend, so it only made sense that T.I. would contribute a track to the movie’s soundtrack. First leaked months ago, the official version of King on the Set has finally been released, this time with a guest feature by Dro instead of B.G., but the same fast paced King-era flow from T.I. (the man’s dropped more quality work from prison than most free rappers). The More Than a Game soundtrack is scheduled to be released Sept. 28. For his part, T.I. is scheduled to be released May, 2010. It’s good to be the king.
Written by Nathan S. on 09/21/09
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