Pro-Bowl running back Le'Veon Bell has released a new EP titled Until the Post Interview under the stage name Juice. He is not the first NFL player to try his hand at entering the rap game, with DeSean Jackson, Asante Samuel, Chris Johnson, and countless others giving it a try. The Michigan State product was suspended for the first three games of the NFL season and has been having a solid year on the field since then, averaging 4.3 yards per carry. This is not his first time dropping music and in May of this year he released a 10-track project titled The Interview. This new EP is of the same style: raw rap songs containing a lot of bass. One track seems to stand out above the other six, and it happens to be the one that was released a month ago. "I'm the Man" carries a catchy hook and has noticeably harder bars than the other tracks. He rides the beat better on this track and shows that he has the potential to spit with some of the better athlete-rappers. Juice has left some room for improvement on his flow and lyricism, but the production quality is more than solid.
Le'Veon has said he has more music on the way, but for now you can listen to Until the Post Interview here:
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