Review: Ron Artest returns to music with 'Bury Me'
The NBA player is rapping. Again.
Ron Artest, who will go down as one of the most thug NBA players in the history of the sport, has made a go of being a rapper as well. He released his premiere album "My Way" in 2006 and has now returned with a new track "Bury Me." Our thoughts:
"Everybody's got guns. And I don't got one. But I can get one." Positive messaging
"Bury me..." chorus chant indiscernable
Versing about a hot girl who likes dead dudes? WTF
"Catch me at the Ritz with the Foreman Grill."
Artest's flow is still clunky. And we have no clue what this song is about.
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