Rick Ross's label produced track inspired by Lamar Odom

Whole Slab's new single "Lamar Odom" was inspired in the basketball star's consumption of an "illegal white substance."
Posted By Veronica Linares   |   Feb. 26, 2014 at 2:47 PM   |   Comments

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26 (UPI) -- Whole Slab, a member of Ross' Maybach Music Group, has come up with a new single titled "Lamar Odom."

Slab, who is represented by Rick Ross' record label, told TMZ that his new track honored the basketball star because "Lamar Odom is now the street word for that illegal white substance."

The song apparently focuses in Odom's substance abuse problems -- specifically, his consumption of crack. The 34-year-old ex-Laker became a media target last year after it was revealed that his problems with estranged wife Khloe Kardashian might have been related to his drugging.

Slab's single talks about smoking something called "Lamar Odom."

"Rick [Ross] inspired me and guided me through the making of my album," Slab said. "Lamar Odom is my first single and we're going to shoot a video for it."

The video below for "Lamar Odom" contains explicit lyrics.

In other Ross news, the 38-year-old rapper is set to release his latest album, Mastermind, on March 3.


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