Colts Players Get Into Rap, Record 'Go Colts'

The Indianapolis Colts

are currently the National Football League’s only undefeated team with a

record of 8-0 and two of their teammates want the competition to know.

Hip-Hop continues to merge with the professional sports industry

as Indianapolis based rapper Jim-E-Mac has landed Colts team members Cato June

and Donald Strickland on a single.

“Go Colts” is receiving airplay on local radio station

Hot 96.3 and advises other NFL teams about the repercussions of challenging

the AFC’s #1 team.

Cato June, who is one of the league’s leaders in interceptions


Not yet the greatest, but I'm the latest/The crowd goes

crazy 'cause I'm so tenacious

Strickland, a cornerback, references his jersey number, 30,

during his verse which rhymes:

Trey-0 roamin' the surface/Super Bowl the purpose/Got 'em

scared and nervous/leave opponents out of service.

Strickland was recently returned to the team’s roster

after being placed on injured reserve in Sept. due to a hamstring injury.

The Colts returned to Indiana for practice at the Union Federal

Football Center yesterday (Nov. 9) after defeating the New England Patriots

on Monday night.

The team will next take on the 1-7 Houston Texans this Sunday.