Lonzo Ball isn't just basketball player with a trolltastic father.
He's also a rapper and a rap critic.
[Related: Lonzo Ball knocks Nas at the expense of Migos and Future.]
Here's a taste of Lonzo behind the mic:
Now how do you think young Lonzo would sound with some Mustard on the beat?
TMZ caught up with DJ Mustard outside of the Balenciaga store in LA and asked the super producer if he was up for working with the Lakers rookie point guard.
"Shit, for some of that Baller Brand money, hell yeah! Black-owned business, I'm a black-owned business," Mustard said.The cameraman then asked him if it was a good idea for Lonzo to do both bball and hip hop.
"I think we can do whatever we want, as people as a culture. He can do whatever he wants to do," Mustard said.Maybe Lonzo will be his new YG.
(And if you're wondering about the state of Mustard relationship with YG, which got very rocky a couple years ago, here you go:)
O yea and me and @YG In the studio everyday !!!!— DJ Mustard (@DJmustard) September 20, 2017