Stephen Jackson & Kevin Durant rap collaboration – Lonely at the Top

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| October 30th, 2012 | 3,682 Views

It’s not Detox. It’s not even Good Kid M.A.A.D City but Stephen Jackson aka Stak5 just released the long awaited collaboration with Kevin Durant today on Itunes called “Lonely at the Top.”

No, Jackson’s verse isn’t about not having NBA friends, not being thanked for punching people in crowds or calling out players who wear tight colored pants (and playd for the Miami Heat, dates an actress and recently left Nike for a Chinese shoe). No, Durant’s verse isn’t about winning without James Harden.  It’s all about haters, so show some love and buy the track for what should be the price of nose bleed seats to watch the Bobcats play.

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