Given his combination of running and pass-catching abilities, it’s no secret that Steelers' running back Le’Veon Bell is a dual talent on the football field.
But it turns out he has a third skill he is about to blow up with—rapping. Bell is about to hit the big time with his budding music career with the release of a full-length rap album, which the running back was on Twitter plugging Wednesday.
Bells album, entitled “Post-Interview” that will drop on March 1 which, incidentally, comes on the one-year anniversary of his mixtape “The Interview.”
And if you think it’s not worth a listen, don’t tell that to a few record labels, as he has attracted their attention in the past year.
“I was like, oh, I’ll never sign with a label. That’s what I was saying months ago. But then when they’re actually calling you, it’s different. It’s like: Oh, man, can I actually do this? Do I really want to do this? Obviously it’s something I have to put on the back burner, because I can’t go meet with them right now.”
And if you can listen to only one of his tracks may I recommend a single he aimed at one of his detractors in the sports world entitled “Shrimp Bayless."
Yeah, I’ll let you guess who that was about but I bet you’ll get it on your first take… I mean guess.
Congrats if you figured out it was Skip Bayless… now reward yourself by taking a listen to the track:https://soundcloud.com/juicewetrust/juice-shrimp-bayless
Source: The Houston Chronicle