Over the years a few NBA players have tried their hand at the rap game and with each passing attempt there’s been lots of airballs and only a few swishes.
Truth be told Shaquille O’Neal has been the only player/rapper to have experienced success both on and off the court with a few championship rings on his fingers and a platinum plaque in his back pocket.
Now the latest professional basketball player to cut a record is the Indiana Pacers’ Victor Oladipo. But instead of busting rhymes over a tight beat, the 6’4 combo-guard is singing his heart out on a tune called “Song For You” and trying to become the first proper NBA & R&B artist in the game.
They say when you have a gift you should share it because if you don't you're doing yourself, the world, and God who gave you the gift a disservice!! So here is a small part of my gift to y'all, my first single A Song For You. Check out the article and link to the song on complex.com the link is in my Bio. My EP is coming soon and it's straight🔥🔥. Thank you to everyone who help make this possible you know who you are!! #TheFeatheryLife #StayDaCourse #ExhaustUrPotential #TheFeatheryMusicGroup #Feathery #ISingandHoop
Well, this certainly came out of nowhere and honestly we’re not mad at it. Check out his cut below and let us know what you think.