Steelers Running Back Drops Mixtape as 'The Juice'

Steelers Running Back Drops Mixtape as 'The Juice'

What is Le'Veon Bell doing?

Published March 2nd

Le'Veon Bell has traded running off blocks for spitting bars... at least in the off-season.

After teasing it on his social media earlier this year, the Pittsburgh Steelers' star running back has dropped his very own mixtape, The Interview, under his rap name, The Juice, as spotted by Bleacher Report.

So does he have "The Juice" when it comes to crafting rhymes, as he does on the football field, running over and past defenders?

Well... we guess. Think a Kirko Bangz-type of MC and you've got Bell's rap style pegged down pretty good, as the NFL rusher does everything from shouting out his Steelers to showing respect for New York Giants star wideout Odell Beckham Jr., while even rhyming over a sample from Drake's "Show Me a Good Time" on "The One."

Hey, Bell is still recovering from MCL surgery and it is the off-season, so we're not mad.

But he shouldn't quit his day job, either. That and he can't see fellow NFL star William Moore's rhymes. Just ask French Montana.

You be the judge, though. The link to Le'Veon's mixtape is below.

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Written by Mark Lelinwalla

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