Space Jam: A New Legacy viewers witnessed to an unexpected collaboration when the film’s ending credits rolled: Lil Baby and gospel choir director Kirk Franklin teamed up for the film’s final track, “We Win.”
With production from JAY-Z’s frequent collaborator Just Blaze, the song marks Lil Baby’s first entry into the gospel charts, debuting atop Billboard’s Hot Gospel list, and today, its official music video is out.
Directed by Cam Robert, the inspirational visual sees the two artists jam out in the middle of the basketball court while a team of young ballers plays around them. Interspersed are clips from the movie of leading man LeBron James and shots of Franklin performing on the piano alongside a choir.
Baby and Franklin performed the song for the first time live at the BET Awards in June.
In other music news, Slipknot founder and ex-drummer Joey Jordison has died at age 46.