Sport Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley set to drop first rap album

01:35  09 may  2018
01:35  09 may  2018 Source:   foxsports.com

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Cowboys Wide Receiver Cole Beasley Just Dropped His First FIRE Rap Single (You Read That Right). That being said, he actually can do just that, because he just dropped his first rap single called “80 Stings” and remarkably, it’s quite good.

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Nov 6, 2016; Cleveland, OH, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley (11) against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Cowboys won 35-10. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports © Aaron Doster Nov 6, 2016; Cleveland, OH, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley (11) against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Cowboys won 35-10. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys WR, Cole Beasley, is not only an extremely gifted guy on the football field but he’s also quite the talent in the recording studio.

Back in January, Beasley released his debut single, “80 Stings” to rave reviews amongst football fans but also music fans.

(If you’ve been living under a rock, click below to listen):

Riding the wave of success from his debut single, Beasley has decided to record an entire album titled, “The Autobiography” set to drop May 12.

He’s already given his fan base a little taste of what’s to come on this album with the release of the single, “Shock Wave.”

“Shock Wave” is an amazing combination of old school hip hop beats with a modern day hook to appeal to any rap fan.

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The Dallas Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley raps about his struggles to succeed in the NFL, providing for his family and owner Jerry Jones. Listen to Cowboys ’ Cole Beasley drop the beats in new rap release.

Dallas Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley released a rap single on Tuesday, and it's pretty good. Browse through the photos above for a look at all the times. His first single "80 Stings" can be purchased here. Beasley actually seems like a pretty skilled lyricist.

No doubt some of Beasley’s inspiration came from his journey. He notes in the track of his humble beginnings as a Little Elm, Texas resident that found a way to being a prominent piece in the Dallas Cowboys’ offense.

Beasley went undrafted by the Cowboys in 2012 and sent shock waves through the NFL with his breakout season in 2016 when he had 75 receptions and averaged 11.1 yards per catch.

Now Beasley is sending shock waves through the music industry with this latest album and no about he will see similar success.

Fellow Dallas Cowboys teammates past and present have been showing Beasley love all over social media:

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