Twitter has much to say about Antonio Brown performing at Rolling Loud. But the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver wants more performances. He already developed a rap name, AB.
He said, “I’m not going to stop until I’m one of the biggest artists in the world”.
Brown has focused on his rap career as he continues to recover from injuries he suffered during his final season with the Buccaneers, and managed to get all the way to Rolling Loud on the same day when top acts like Future, DaBaby, Gucci Mane, Action Bronson and others were slated to perform.
He dropped one of his first videos in 2020. The video, “Whole lotta A**” received mixed reviews.
The Rolling Loud crowd seems to love him too. TMZ noted, his first music video is a 2-minute showcase of his wealth, his jewelry and butt models.
They also reported that, the track reflected Brown’s real-life probs lately … considering he filed grievances against the Raiders and Patriots in hopes to get more than $40 MILLION (a whole lotta money) in unpaid salaries earlier this season.
The mixed reviews didn’t stop him. AB dropped “Pit Not The Palace” six months ago. On YouTube alone he has 1.3 million views already.
A few months ago, he performed “Don’t Leave” on stage with Keyshia Cole. The track is from his latest album “Paradigm”.
Antonio Brown seemed to really enjoy the moment at the Hip Hop concert. As well as his fans seemed to enjoy Antonio Brown at Rolling Loud.
Replying to Brown’s Twitter, one person said, your performance was fire, didn’t know you could burn like that.
Some even suggested some artists the NFL player could collab with.
Another person said, live yo dream AB the NFL needs you! You don’t need them you already made it out the hood.
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