The Eif Rivera-directed video sees the rapper showing off his throne, big chains and luxurious cars while he compares himself to the Miami Heat player.
Yo Gotti has returned with the visuals for his single called "LeBron James". The nearly-four-minute clip features the Memphis rapper showing off his excessively big chains, impressive throne and luxurious cars while comparing himself to the NBA player.
"Big wheels on my Phantom, got it sittin' crooked/ 3 birds for a show, n***a gon' book it," he takes the hook. "I'm LeBron James, you a f**kin' rookie/ You probably want a ticket I'mma go and book it."
There's also a lady with a basketball in the video which was directed by Eif Rivera in New Jersey. In a recent interview with Vibe, Gotti talked about the concept of his new clip. "We'll do some things where we tie basketball into it. We want to make it an all-white theme, which is my favorite color. All white wardrobe. Girls. You know, just having fun. A fun, party video," he explained.
As for why he made "LeBron James" a single, Gotti said, "I think this record has high energy. It's going to be crazy in the clubs and in the streets as well as on radio. The whole title of the record, I compare myself to LeBron James before the ring. That's what this album is for me. We're in the playoffs trying to go for the championship." The song appears in the rapper's new album that arrived earlier this week, "I Am".
Yo Gotti's "LeBron James" music video