In just his second game of his career, Lonzo Ball has already given Laker fans something to be excited for. Coming off of a rough opening night performance the 19-year old followed that up with a ho-hum near triple-double with 29 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists.
After the game, it seems he has proven himself to be the gift that keeps on giving. The NBA has seen a small spike in players that also like get on the mic and spit a few verses; some of those guys include Damian Lillard and Iman Shumpert. As a rookie, Lonzo came into the league with a few songs under his belt and took the opportunity to release a new one titled “Super Saiyan” after his breakout performance against Phoenix.
— Lonzo Ball (@ZO2_) October 21, 2017
We are well aware of the brand that Ball carries with him and using the platform to promote his music and the Big Baller Brand is nothing new for him. Many people were outraged that Lonzo over his remarks about Nas not being “real hip-hop” but once they hear him on a track that might change a few minds.
The composure that Ball shows on the court is remarkable for a teenager. On the floor, he has a quiet, stoic nature about him so rapping could possibly be the outlet for his emotions off the court.
You can purchase the single on iTunes here.