Stephen Curry Drops Incredible Bars In A New Hip-Hop Track: “They Should Put The Basket In The Casket When I’m Done”
Stephen Curry put his rapping skills to the test in a new music video
• He was featured on Tobe Nwigwe’s new song ‘Lil Fish, Big Pond’
• Curry’s bars discuss the success of his basketball career
Stephen Curry is really completing side quests this offseason. The four-time champion faced playoff disappointment after years and decided to invest himself in passion projects with the extra time he has.
Among the things Curry has done, the most shocking one has to be his appearance on Tobe Nwigwe’s new song ‘Lil Fish, Big Pond’, in which Curry actually raps as a featured artist.
“My, my, my, look how things have changed, they know I’m the one. Daddy taught me how to flick my wrist, I’m my father’s son. Think I’m pistol-packing, how that ratchet on me like a gun. They should put the basket in a casket after I am done.”
Curry’s bars were kinda fire, though his voice seemed heavily tuned to match the flow of the song. Nonetheless, this means we have another addition to the growing crop of NBA players who are also rappers.
Stephen Curry Is Making The Most Of This Summer
Steph has been active since the season ended. He went on an incredible ACC Golf Tournament run, winning the competition with some incredible highlights along the way. Along with that, he’s made heavy media appearances on digital shows like ‘Hot Ones’ and ‘Wired’s Google Autocomplete’.
Maximizing the time has had this summer is best for Curry, as he will be motivated on making another deep playoff run with his Warriors. With the addition of Chris Paul, an added layer of hunger for another championship for the franchise comes into play.