The timing of its release is brilliant. Neither Lonzo Ball or teammate or Lance Stephenson are anywhere close to resembling an All-Star this season, so while toil with those thoughts when they can enjoy overture into Rap. While this isn’t Zo’s first rodeo as a published rapper, the Baller Brand does have more-than-a-few ardent followers in the hip-hop community.
“Swerve” wasn’t just born out of thin air. Back in December, Lance Stephenson jumped on live to announce its existence in the unpublished form. As for Lonzo Ball, the rap performance is commendable, it not by a hobbyists’ standards. On “Swerve,” Zo raps about rifling through stop signs, all the while “Swerving” the hater column as it pours freezing rain.
Lance Stephenson’s air guitar antics this season are but one reason to watch Lakers’ basketball this season. The storied franchise is hopeful a Free Agent-add will do the trick because LeBron James is running out of patience, and the auto-draft function picked Stephenson, Beasley, and JaVale McGee thinking the new look NBA was running on Goofy Points. Kidding aside, hit us with your thoughts on “Swerve.”
Praying on my downfall, hoping that I flop
You haters better stop, you about to get swerved
Pulled up to the lot, with a lot
Drop the top, “ion” stop at the stop