Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James might be on the West Coast now but he’s turning up like a Houston Rocket. King James has shared footage of himself working out to Travis Scott‘s new Astroworld album.

LBJ went to his Instagram Story this week to share the must-see salute and even sparked Cactus Jack’s attention.

Based on the latest projections, Scott’s Astroworld should smash its competition atop the sales chart.

Travis Scott could be headed for the year’s second-largest debut, behind Drake’s 732k and just ahead of Post Malone’s 461k. The top eight titles this week are all hip-hop, with two soundtracks rounding out the Top 10. Among those soundtracks is The Greatest Showman, which has remained in the Top 10 since the movie came out in December of last year.

1. *Travis Scott (Cactus Jack/Grand Hustle/Epic) 455-470k Total, 175-185k Albums
2. Drake (YMCMB/Republic) 126-131k, 10-12k
3. Post Malone (Republic) 53-58k, 4-5k
4. *YG (Def Jam) 52-57k, 7-8k
5. *Mac Miller (Warner Bros.) 44-48k, 10-12k
6. Juice WRLD (Grade A/Interscope) 37-40k,

Travis’ long-awaited album is reportedly eligible for gold certification.

A couple nights ago, Scott blessed fans with his new “Stop Trying To Be God” video premiere.