The Los Angeles Lakers star sang along to "Pick Up," featuring Jacquees and Fabolous, from the new album
On Monday, the Los Angeles Lakers star took to Instagram to share a clip of himself grooving and singing along to "Pick Up," featuring Jacquees and Fabolous. The song is included on the album, which was released on Sept. 15.
The clip started out with James, 38, in a vehicle's passenger seat as he bopped his head to the music, repeating, "Okay! Okay!" He also sang along to the lyrics "Imma give you what you need, baby / If you let me take the lead."
"Man O Man!!!!!!!" he wrote across the clip. "@diddy The ❤️ Album: Off The Grid is an ABSOLUTE FKN STONE COLD VIBE!!!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥."
"Nah, my brother @KingJames got the best voice in the NBA! 😂 LOVE! LOVE!! LOVE 🖤🙏🏿💫⚡️✨," Combs wrote.
The two have been friends for several years. In 2018, Diddy shared a photo of mysterious black boxes addressed to several of his famous friends, including James, assuring his friends (and fans) that his “something special” was “on the way.”
On Sept. 12, the hip-hop star's legacy was honored at the MTV VMAs when longtime friend Mary J. Blige presented him with the Global Icon Award. His eldest daughter Chance, 17, and 16-year-old twin daughters D'Lila and Jessie were also on hand to support their dad.
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The Love Album: Off the Grid marks Diddy's first solo album since 2006's Press Play, which included the hits "Come to Me" featuring Nicole Scherzinger and "Last Night" featuring Keyshia Cole.
Since then, he's released three collaborative projects, Last Train to Paris (2010) as Diddy — Dirty Money with vocalists Dawn Richard and Kalenna Harper; 11 11 (2014) with Guy Gerber; and MMM (Money Making Mitch) (2015) with The Family.
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