LeBron James took to Twitter yesterday (February 23) to plead with TDE CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith to release the untitled Kendrick Lamar tracks that the rapper has performed on various occasions.

“Yo @dangerookipawaa after that @kendricklamar Grammy performance , you have to release those untitled tracks asap!!!” the NBA All-Star writes. “What’s up? Talk to me.”

Lamar performed an untitled song as part of his performance at the Grammys. It was part of a medley that also included “Blacker The Berry” and “Alright.”

Top Dawg responded, saying that James is just one of many people begging him to release the songs, which also include tracks from performances on The Colbert Report and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

“Dam my nigga u on my head 2…,” the CEO says. “The fans been killing me. Y’all just backed me in a corner..Give me a few days 2 think.”

James was also in headlines in December when he responded to Kanye West’s “Facts” song, which disses Nike.

“It’s family when you talk about Nike,” he said at the time, “and I’m always on their side no matter what the situation is.”

View LeBron James’ and Top Dawg’s tweets below: