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Ron Artest Releases The Song He Couldn't As A Rocket: "Champion"

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Former Rocket Ron Artest, the current Laker who thanked his psychiatrist after the Game 7 win, is celebrating his new ring with yet another rap song.

The song has been written and sitting around for a long time, but Artest tweaked it to capitalize on the championship. He hit the studio hours after the final game.

"Moment of silence for the champions" it starts, which kind of leaves the impression the Lakers all died in the ruckus that followed their win. Or in a plane crash, who knows?

It also gracefully acknowledges that "they" call the Lakers "warriors." Video after the jump:

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