Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell’s debut album, Post Interview, was released on Friday, under his rap moniker Juice.
Bell’s album is available on iTunes and has 16 tracks including “Shrimp Bayless,” a track that disses FOX Sports 1’s Skip Bayless. Bell has had an ongoing feud with the sports host since he made comments about Bell’s game and his place among the top running backs in the NFL.
This isn’t the first time Bell has displayed his rap talents. Last July, he unveiled a rap song called “Focus,” in which he suggested that he wants to be paid $15 million per year.
He also dropped a seven song EP dubbed “Until The Post Interview” on November 1, but it didn’t create any buzz to land on anyone’s radar.
Chances are Bell will make a lot more money playing football than in music, primarily because only a very small percentage of artists make truly big money in music.