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Lonzo Ball Drops Struggle Rap Single, He’s Definitely A Basketball Player

 

Nas slanderer Lonzo Ball has dropped his first rap single, and it’s a tribute to his young brother, Melo Ball. The song is called “Melo Ball 1” and features syrupy crooning from Kenneth Paige.

We’ll let TMZ give you the details:

It’s called “Melo Ball 1” — portions of the song were used in the first promo spot for LaMelo Ball’s new $395 shoes … but now, the Lakers star has dropped the entire track.

He brags about how his family’s “ready for war,” how Melo is the youngest person on the planet to have his own signature shoe … and how it’s all part of his father’s genius vision.

Here are some of the lyrics … 

“See my lil brother, he just doin’ him. You can check the ‘gram, he got a million fans. Got his brothers, he don’t need no friends. He swagged out, he a walking gem.”

Wait, middle brother LiAngelo doesn’t get a song, though? Also, does Lonzo have a ghostwriter? Is that something you can even claim on a resume?

To be fair, the song isn’t half bad, but basketball is clearly Lonzo’s true talent. Focus on your NBA career young fella.

Listen to “Melo Ball 1” below and let us know what you think in the comments.

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