Ahhh Shit — G-Unit
50 and the crew are back around, and even though their new posse cut is pretty socially aware, it would still be dope to hear Born Ready to drop some lyrics on the track just to test himself. We know ball comes naturally to him, but was Stephenson also “born ready” to rap? We’d find out on this track.
Lifestyle — Rich Gang ft. Rich Homie Quan & Young Thug
Being a high school All-American, playing in the NBA, dating joints like K. Michelle. Bron Ready’s done a lot to live the lifestyle he does. He obviously not shy about being flashy, so it’d be dope for him to spit about it instead of posting flicks on the gram.
0 to 100 — Drake
Drake’s grittiest track to date caught the attention of everyone from 50 and G-Unit to Meek Mill. It’s a total turn-up track, so who better than the NBA’s current favorite bad boy to bless the song with basketball bars? If you had to describe Lance’s game with one song, this would be it.
Man Of The Year — Schoolboy Q
Even in an losing effort to LeBron James and the Miami Heat, Lance Stephenson stole the show with his aggressive play — and his “defensive tactics.” After blowing in King James’ ear, he became the go-to internet meme, shared an unforgettable ESPY segment with Drake and even caught Michael Jordan’s attention enough that Jordan had to bring him to the Charlotte Hornets. He’s gotta feel like Man Of The Year, so telling us about it on a track fits perfectly.
Seen It All — Young Jeezy ft. Jay Z
Like Bobby Shmurda’s hit single, Seen It All is a problem proof beat that nearly anyone can go off on. Not to discredit Jay or Jeezy, who totally merked the track, but the rhyme scheme on the song isn’t that hard to catch. Born Ready could totally drop a quick 16 on this one. Plus, he’d get to join another Brooklyn legend on a verse.