Antonio Brown has officially entered the rap game.
On Sunday (January 5), the former NFL star released the music video for his first single titled "Whole Lotta Money."
As you may have guessed, the track is all about his AB's excess of cash and its accompanying video is not different as it features the controversial athlete flaunting his wealth while surrounded by a whole lotta scantily clothed models.
"Whole lotta money, whole lotta money/ I gotta whole lotta money, whole lotta money/ I gotta whole lotta money, whole lotta money/ I gotta whole lotta money, you can't hold nothin' from me," AB raps on the Reazy Renegade produced track.
The former New England Patriot wide receiver, whose future in the National Football League remains uncertain, additionally spits about being the best in the NFL, rapping, "Word around town: I'm the MVP (MVP)/ I'm the who the young boy watch, yeah, they envy me/ They watching on my clocks, yeah, they jockin' me (Okay though)/ They keep me on they wall, yeah, they acknowledge me/ And I be strapped up to my drawls to my f**king cleats/ They buying all my starts, yeah they invest in me/ Need 50 from the front, we gon' play for keeps (Okay though)/ But I skipped outta college to get them dollars."
AB's decision to get into the music business came after he was removed from the Raiders' and Patriots' rosters for the 2019 season. As fans know, the embattled wide receiver later filed grievances against both teams in an effort to receive more than $40 MILLION in unpaid salaries.