Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 at 11:44 am  |  22 responses

Music: Don Trip, “Allen Iverson”

Iverson doesn’t actually spit, but this Don Trip track does utilize audio from a few of AI’s more famous press conferences. Worth a listen.

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    I like it.

  • Ldub

    holy sh!t! orange youre alive!!!

  • JML-G

    Don Trip is the future, AI needs to sign with contender asap

  • Ldub

    ^ co-sign. HEAT!!!!

  • Ldub

    they dont have an offense anyways lol. And if he is cool with coming off the bench and being the man for the 2nd unit, then it could work.

  • BabyShaq

    It as 100 percent better than i thought it would be. Nice job AI!!!

  • Fat Lever

    Check out J-Live’s joint, Practice. It takes quotes from AI’s practice rant into a dope song.

  • http://www.slamonline.com spit hot fiyah

    some guys don’t get it. he is done!

  • Brahsef

    Don Trips all good. Got an unusual flow and delivery, but the more I listen to it the more I like it.

  • http://www.michaelcho.com M Cho

    Good track. I like it.

  • http://slamonline.com Allenp

    That Iverson clip is so sad. Damn son.

  • http://www.slamonline.com Slick Ric


  • http://www.nbadraft.net showtime

    Don trip can spit, that letter to my son is like steady rotation..i guess im have to add this,A.i. 2nd best scorer of all time ..i hate he finishe like he did .a.i>kobe song lol..

  • http://slamonline.com. datkid

    this is fiyaaaaaaaa

  • http://slamonline.com nbk

    I really wish A.I. at least got another chance. i HATE listening to that interview where he talks about his mistakes. It’s sh*tty it had to come to that.

  • Showfan12

    So everyone says Lebron betrayed Cleveland, The NBA betrayed Iverson

  • Showfan12

    So everyone says Lebron betrayed Cleveland, The NBA betrayed Iverson

  • http://www.slamonline.com Pardeep

    I hate how the league made sure Allen Iverson never plays again, but whats worse is Stern is trying to make it like Allen Iverson never even existed, all these legendary promos on NBA, all these legendary highlights, playoffs highlights not once do I see Allen Iverson, ESPN always finds a way to leave his name off the TV, they talk about scoring titles and points scored and all these steals, assists records and always find some stupid way to leave AI off the list or they pretend like they forget to mention it… A.I. pissed the league off by doing it his way but they shouldn’t forget what he did for them either.

  • anynomous

    I wish there was some type of legal action AI or even I could take against the nba and ESPN because I think they`re collaborating to keep him out of the league. And I find this to be especially true after coming across Stephen A** Smith`s commentary about AI and his chances of returning. You don`t have to love or even like Iverson but every other month or so whenever they think Iverson has reached his breaking point (usually after something negative not pertaining to basketball has transpired), ESPN comes from out of the woodworks just to tell everyone yet again why they feel Allen isn`t playing in the nba in their continuous quest to BREAK HIS SPIRIT and push him over the EDGE. Although, I know there is nothing I can do to help AI get back in the nba, I desperately wish there was something I could do to assist him.

  • doyouwantmore

    I wish lyricism and cadence was something music fans cared about more than catchy phrases and auto-tuned jingles.

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFmsDQ0rOlE&feature=g-all-u&context=G24d4923FAAAAAAAACAA anynomous

    The nba is betraying a player who always leaves everything out on the court. This is not right. Not right at all.

  • Algren

    When AI was too big to be denied the league had to be pushed to promote him. Now its convenient for them and easy because of his downfall. Yes his fall is his own fault but its sickening how shunned he’s become. Notice he’s left out of those great NBA past meets present commercials? Hell eve in the Sixers opening pregame intro he appears two mnutes into it for three seconds. I still remember this imperfect man and imperfect basketball because he was a true individual.