Lil B Takes Over the Basketball Court in 'Gotta Make the NBA' Music Video


Lil B Takes Over the Basketball Court in 'Gotta Make the NBA' Music Video
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.


Lil B takes viewers to a basketball court in the music video for his new track, "Gotta Make the NBA". Arriving on Tuesday, April 8, the four-minute clip shows how serious the rapper is to become a basketball player.

It opens with a message telling fans that he must win 50 out of 100 games to get a chance to play for an official NBA team. The video then gives glimpses at the BasedGod taking over the basketball court and getting injured after failing to do a lay-up. He's also seen rapping the track while talking to a friend on the street.

"Gotta Make the NBA" is going to be featured in B's upcoming basketball-themed mixtape, "Hoop Life".

The mixtape will also feature "F**k KD", a track that finds B dissing Oklahoma City Thunder player Kevin Durant. The two stars' feud began a long time ago, after the athlete called B's music "wack."

Lil B's "Gotta Make the NBA" music video

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