Drake says he’ll make a new song inspired by LeBron James’s 30,000 NBA points

“I’m excited to go to work tonight.”

January 24, 2018

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LeBron James achieved an NBA landmark on Tuesday night when he scored the 30,000th point of his professional career, becoming the youngest player ever to reach the milestone.

Among those lining up to celebrate the Cleveland Cavaliers player's achievement was Drake, who recorded a short clip for Uninterrupted. In the video, which you can see above, the rapper said he would enter the studio and "make the song that will go with the moment."

“LeBron, I’m honored to be part of yet another historic night. 30,000 career points, it’s incredible," Drake said. "It seems like every time we look up you’re setting another milestone or breaking another record. I always tell you you’re one of the most inspirational people in my life. I’m honored to call you a brother. Every time you do something like this, I always try to get in the studio and make the song that will go with the moment, so I’m excited to go to work tonight.”

Earlier this month Drake shared new songs "God's Plan" and "Diplomatic Immunity." He has subsequently been accused of copying artwork for the project from electronic producer Rabit.