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    Straight Outta Dallas: Cole Beasley Releases His First Rap Single

    During an filled with concerns for , Cole Beasley sure helped fans take their minds off , and draft prospects for a moment. Bease took by storm when he tweeted a link to his first single as a rapper… yes, you read that right.

    Cole Beasley: an NFL Wide Receiver by Day, Rapper by Night

    https://twitter.com/Bease11/status/950778204507332608

    “ColdNation Records” is the name of the company Beasley created alongside music producer Victor Clark, to his first single. You can listen to “80 Stings” on iTunes, Spotify and just about every digital store, as the tweet above mentions.

    I'll be honest with you, I didn't know what to expect. But when I turned the volume up and played the song for the first time, I was surprised. It's awesome.

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    When Beasley caught that football behind his helmet versus the Giants back in , I thought “man, that's it. Beasley can't surprise me anymore.” Well, he proved me wrong.

    “80 Stings” isn't only performed by him, but also written by him.

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    It turns out Cole Beasley has been writing since he was in college. And if you already listened to the single, you know he's awesome at composing, and his flow is actually very quick.

    The whole song is pretty entertaining, but it does have some verses that stick out more than others. We all know Beasley has been an underdog his entire football career, so it comes as no surprise that he introduces himself as “Mr. Slept On”, for instance.

    Throughout the song, the 28-year-old receiver shouts out his wife and his children (and the fact he's saving money for when they go to college, something we had already seen him proudly mentioning on Twitter.)

    and both got their own name-drops on Beasley's “80 Stings”, too.

    “But Sunday, Jerry's boss now,

    I'm a dog when Dak get the ball out,

    Pull the sauce out…”

    – Cole Beasley on his first single, “80 Stings”

    The rest of the album, according to “Killa Beasley”, will be released this Spring.

    Cole Beasley insisted this is just a passion and that in no way will it affect his football career. So, really… don't worry about it. Just enjoy this awesome thing he decided to share with his fans.

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    This time of the season can be sort of stressing for Cowboys Nation. A lot of changes in the staff that may not be the desired ones, a lot of players Dallas needs to bring back, and just the aftermath of a disappointing 9-7 season.

    It's nice to have something like this to talk about, for a few days at least.

    From all of Cowboys Nation, congratulations on this achievement, Mr. Slept On!

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    Mauricio Rodriguez
    Mauricio Rodriguezhttps://www.facebook.com/PrimeroCowboys/
    I love to write, I love football and I love the Dallas Cowboys. I've been rooting for America's team all the way from Mexico ever since I can remember. If you want to talk football, I'm in... You'll find me at @MauNFL.

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    oneputter

    now we know why his played suffered this year! where was his focus?!

    i would say on being a rapper instead of a football player……typical in dallas, one good year and suddenly they think they’re superstars!

    Mauricio Rodriguez

    Well, he did point out the fact that he’s been doing this since college, six years of making music. We just didn’t know. I don’t know. I understand the frustration of seeing this after a disappointing season, but I feel like we’re overthinking this one. That’s just my two cents on the topic though.

    oneputter

    just look at the timeline. he had to have been working on this throughout the season.

    why not release the track later this year, you know during the off-season?