Update: Here it is – “NUMBER 9” – Wes Grams featuring Nerlens Noel. Enjoy, #BBN.
At one point in here, Noel says “I might come back, but I don’t know yet” – take what you will from that.
Earlier: Since Kentucky basketball star Nerlens Noel tore his ACL in February, he’s had some free time on his hands. What has he been doing, you ask? Rapping. That’s right, rapping.
Noel tweeted about his new rap song that will be released at 8 p.m. tonight. The song has been reportedly called “Number 9.” We’ll have it for you as soon as we can get our hands on it.
— Nerlens Noel (@NerlensNoel3) March 6, 2013
Nerlens Noel releasing a rap song today called “Number 9” … possible foreshadowing that he will be coming back next year??? #wishfulthinking
— Drake Trice (@draketrice) March 6, 2013
Nerlens Noel is releasing a rap single. I assume it’s a remake of “My Block,” by Scarface.
— Not Jerry Tipton (@NotJerryTipton) March 6, 2013
In his tweet, Noel refers to a guy named Wes Grams, who has previously recorded music with other Kentucky basketball players – the latest being Terrence Jones, who was on the 2012 National Championship team. Grams and Jones made a rap called “Teach Me Bout Kentucky.”
Check it out: