(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.”