Former NFL Wide Receiver MoneyBo Drops New Hip-Hop Video "Did That"

MoneyBo has his own label and he is aiming for big-time success in the rap business. Check out his new single.

Dwayne Bowe, better known as “MoneyBo” is at the top of his game, only this go-round it’s the “rap game."

The South Florida, rap newcomer recently released his single “Did That” along with a video on BET Jams this past October during BET Hip-Hop Awards weekend.

The single features Navé Monjo and is quickly becoming one of the most downloaded singles on all digital platforms.

The “Raplete” is your perfect combination of an overachiever in both sports and music.

MoneyBo is also a leading force in Carol City and the surrounding areas of South Florida, as a mentor, community leader, and philanthropist.

MoneyBo is signed to his own full-service music label 82 Entertainment and has future plans of being one of the first retired NFL players to go platinum with his music career.

The multifaceted artist is less determined with proving his correlation between rap music and football and more determined with getting his story and music out, by adding a new sound that Hip-Hop culture can be proud of.

MoneyBo was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs out of LSU as the 23rd overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft. He spent his first eight seasons with KC before signing a two-year deal with the Cleveland Browns worth $13 million, however, he only lasted one season with the Browns and has not played in the NFL since then.

Check out the “Did That” video below: