On Saturday, Kevin Durant will play the Oklahoma City Thunder for the first time since he left for the Golden State Warriors last summer. ESPN ran a story on Oklahomans’ mixed feelings about Durant’s return and featured OK-based Christian rapper FEDEL.

“[Durant] was the first black visible leader that represented black people in Oklahoma in a positive light,” FEDEL said. “Kevin Durant’s connection to this town, to this community, to this state is what made it so tough for the departure.”

ESPN read FEDEL’s guest column on Rapzilla.com about Durant’s departure and invited him to not only interview for the story, but also rap in it. Watch the video below.

FEDEL released his latest project, The Brave, in Aug. 2016, and the Oklahoma City Thunder actually played one of his singles at home games last year, “Jabbin and Dabbin”.