4. “Forever” by Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and Eminem
This song was put together and released specifically for LeBron’s documentary “More Than a Game.” The official music video features LeBron highlights dating back to when he was a kid. LeBron loves this song so much that he raps to it at the end of two point games against the Lakers.
This song goes beyond the lyrics. Kyrie using this song would directly attack LeBron and everything he’s built since he started playing basketball. This is essentially LeBron’s theme song. You can’t purposely use another man’s theme song in the middle of a feud and it not be seen as a direct shot at them.
If Kyrie were to single in on a couple of lyrics to use in a short video, he’d probably go with the opening lines of Drake’s verse.
"“Last name ever, first name greatest Like a sprained ankle boy I ain’t nothin’ to play with”"
LeBron is widely considered as one of the greatest ever. Kyrie is known for his ankle breaking dribble moves. What Kyrie could be saying here is, “I’ll take the greatest ever and sprain his ankles if he gets in my way.”
If Kyrie doesn’t want people to speculate whether or not he’s talking about LeBron, singing “Forever” sends a clear message.