Kobe Bryant in 2000 made an entire album, it has finally been fully recovered and leaked 🕊 pic.twitter.com/LxAgae001K
— On Thin Ice (@OnnThinIce) May 12, 2021
Kobe Bryant’s shelved album has leaked after years of rumors and stories surrounding the late basketball legend’s Columbia debut.
The album, titled Visions, was supposed to be released months after he performed his debut single, “K.O.B.E.,” with Tyra Banks at the NBA All-Star Game in 2000. However, the performance was poorly received and the album was shelved before Kobe was ultimately dropped from the label.
Since Kobe Bryant’s decision to pause his rap career, many stories have been told regarding the NBA superstar’s rap career. Most recently, LL Cool J revealed that he stopped Kobe from releasing gangsta rap music.
The long-lost album boasts features from Nas, 50 Cent, Black Thought, Beanie Sigel, and Destiny’s Child.