The first wave of reaction is in for “Peace,” a new rap debuted this week on New York’s Hot 97 by incoming Knickerbocker Metta World Peace.
There’s faint praise from Dime magazine (“Metta World Peace is still probably one of the 10 best rappers among NBA players”); a minor spoiler from NBA.com (“The song ends with a fake crowd chanting “world peace”); and more faint praise from thedrop.fm (“The track actually isn’t that bad.”).
Decide for yourself. Click the play button above and put your hands in the air like you just don’t care that the Knicks will not win a championship in 2013-14.
Previously on FishbowlNY:
Metta World Peace-Knicks Chatter Framed by ‘The Dunk of Death’
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