"Too good": LeBron James praises Eminem's new song 'Houdini'

Eminem's latest hit, Houdini, earned LeBron James' approval this week.    

The single was released as part of the rapper's upcoming album The Death of Slim Shady and featured celebrity guest appearances in the music video.    

The song's video features a 2002 version of the rap icon in the present. Also, the song pays respect to Eminem's classic Without Me.    

In less than 12 hours, the music video has garnered 4.7 million views and features some major guests.    

Although no NBA players featured in the video, LeBron James was drawn to the song.    

James applauded the song and Eminem's return to the game more than four years since his 2020 album, Music To Be Murdered By, on social media. James wrote: With a salute and fire emojis.    

LeBron James praised Eminem's new song after joining the NBA community in monitoring the postseason Kendrick Lamar-Drake fight.    

Since Drake represents the Raptors and Lamar is a Lakers supporter, the rap feud divided the NBA community. NBA teams and players traded diss recordings during the early postseason.  

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