Miami Rapper Bizzy Crook & NFL Star Melvin Ingram Drop The ‘Reap What You Sow' EP

Check out the 5-track collaborative project produced entirely by 808 Mafia’s Tre Pound.

(AllHipHop News) Rap meets football in the new 5-track EP Reap What You Sow. Miami rapper BZZY (aka Bizzy Crook) and Los Angeles Chargers player Melvin Ingram teamed up for the new project recorded over a two-day period in a Beverly Hills Penthouse.

Reap What You Sow is something both Melvin and I, believe in. We believe that in life every thought reaps an action, and every action sows a reality,” BZZY informs AllHipHop. “We're excited because this is the first project of its kind. We did this first, and I think we just opened a new door.”

Bizzy Crook already had a discography with solo efforts like A Part of Everything, 84, and No Hard Feelings. Even though Ingram is being well compensated through athletics (4 years/$66 million), tackling music is not anything new for him either. He began rhyming at 10 years old.

“To me, rapping is more of a way to vent and express yourself and some people will understand you. It’s a way to tell your story more than anything,” said the Roc Nation Sports signed linebacker in a July interview with Complex. Ingram also declared, “I feel like I’m the most talented athlete in music, period.”

Tre Pound of 808 Mafia produced, mixed, and engineered the entire Reap What You Sow EP. The set’s lead single, "Nervous," premiered via Bleacher Report.

To stream Bizzy Crook & Melvin Ingram’s Reap What You Sow click here.

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