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More Than A Game by Various Artists

Song

Top Of The World featuring Chili Chil (Album Version (Explicit))

Various Artists

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Song

Top Of The World featuring Chili Chil (Album Version (Explicit))

Various Artists

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Label: Interscope
More Than a Game is a documentary about NBA superstar Lebron James' years in AAU, an amateur basketball circuit with the best high-school talent. The soundtrack also belongs to the up-and-comers whose struggle to be heard mirrors the AAU players' professional aspirations. Like Lebron, Drake (a remix of "Forever" with Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem) became very famous; but Jared Evan ("Frozen"), Ester Dean ("Drop It Low" with Chris Brown) and Hayes ("Go Hard") did not. Major artists like Jay-Z, T.I. and Mary J. Blige contribute, too, but their songs sound like catalog leftovers.

About This Album

More Than a Game is a documentary about NBA superstar Lebron James' years in AAU, an amateur basketball circuit with the best high-school talent. The soundtrack also belongs to the up-and-comers whose struggle to be heard mirrors the AAU players' professional aspirations. Like Lebron, Drake (a remix of "Forever" with Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem) became very famous; but Jared Evan ("Frozen"), Ester Dean ("Drop It Low" with Chris Brown) and Hayes ("Go Hard") did not. Major artists like Jay-Z, T.I. and Mary J. Blige contribute, too, but their songs sound like catalog leftovers.

Songs

About This Album

More Than a Game is a documentary about NBA superstar Lebron James' years in AAU, an amateur basketball circuit with the best high-school talent. The soundtrack also belongs to the up-and-comers whose struggle to be heard mirrors the AAU players' professional aspirations. Like Lebron, Drake (a remix of "Forever" with Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem) became very famous; but Jared Evan ("Frozen"), Ester Dean ("Drop It Low" with Chris Brown) and Hayes ("Go Hard") did not. Major artists like Jay-Z, T.I. and Mary J. Blige contribute, too, but their songs sound like catalog leftovers.