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The outspoken rapper talks about racism and gun violence in the country on the 7-minute track which arrives just a day after he got banned from Facebook for 'speaking [his] mind.'
According to a survey by Project Know, Em makes a lot of references to prescription drugs in his tracks while B's songs contain the most references to cocaine and MDMA.
The clip, which opens with a message saying that B must win 50 out of 100 games to get a chance to play for an NBA team, features the rapper taking over the court and getting injured.
The diss track, which features the rapper explicitly calling out Durant and repeatedly saying 'f**k KD,' will appear in the rapper's new mixtape 'Hoop Life'.
Explaining the title of his upcoming studio album, Lil B says he just wants to show people that 'words don't mean s**t.'
The unsigned rapper who has over 1,500 original songs all over the internet decided to give one of them a music video.