Credit: X

Credit: X

LeBron James, the Los Angeles Lakers star, hyped the latest song from Eminem, called “Houdini,” in a post on his official X account, remarking that it’s “too good.” Eminem, the Detroit-born rapper, released the video of his new single “Houdini,” from his 12th studio album “The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce)”, on Friday, May 31.

Notably, the 12th studio album from Eminem, his first since 2020, is produced by Marshall and Luis Resto, and the fans can stream “Houdini,” it’s first song online. This is the longest gap between two studio albums from Eminem since the release of The Marshall Mathers LP 2 in 2013 and Revival in 2017.

Directed by Rich Lee, “Houdini” has appearances from Pete Davidson and Dr. Dre, and it looks back at the career of Eminem, who is now 51 years old. After soaking in the new single from the American rapper, LeBron James was in awe, following which he sent out a post on X to hype it up and said, “And just like that, HE’S BACK bruh! @Eminem Houdini is too good!,” accompanied by a saluting face and fire emojis.

Moreover, in his 21st NBA season, LeBron James finished with an average of 25.7 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 8.3 assists per game in the regular season for the Los Angeles Lakers, who finished in seventh place in the Western Conference. In the first round of the NBA West Playoffs, the Lakers succumbed to a 4-1 series defeat against the Nuggets to bow out of the league.

The future of LeBron James is currently uncertain in the NBA with an option of becoming an unrestricted free agent is on the cards for him if he decides to not opt in to his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.