Music is everything.
If you really think about it, music can take you from a terrible mood and turn you into the happiest person on the planet. It certainly is an important part of my life. I listen to music while I commute, work, play sports or workout, and when am relaxing. Music tends to put me in a better mood and make me feel invincible. I am a huge rap head and rapping J. Cole while coming home from works make me feel important. Don’t ask me why.
I would say most NBA fans have a general interest in rap music. The two forms of entertainment usually go hand-in-hand. Rappers and ballers intertwine all the time. I mean, Drake partied with ‘Bron and Wade after their championship win, so they must be friends. Drake is involved with the Raptors. Wale is involved with the Wizards.
Music is also a major part of sporting events. You have the national anthem, hometown chants, and normal, everyday music to get the crowd excited. Sports wouldn’t be the same without the ability to play music.
Here at The Drop we decided to pair eight championship-bound players with their respective rap song. The hottest rap song right now has to be Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen.” And who just won the Most Valuable Player award? Steph’s playoff song has to be “Trap Queen.” Scroll the list of All-Stars to see which rap songs currently represent them. I have a feeling you will enjoy this one. These are the Most Important Theme Songs of the NBA Playoffs.
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