Pelicans’ Lonzo Ball releases 2nd album
New Orleans Pelicans guard Lonzo Ball has taken the next step in his music career by recently releasing his second album. Entitled “Bounce Back,” Ball aka ZO dropped the new record earlier in the week, making the official announcement via his Instagram account.
Reuben Gasee of blastingnews reports that the new album contains 17 tracks. The carrier single of the album is “Tick Tock,” which features none other than Lonzo Ball’s younger brother, LiAngelo, who also goes by the moniker “G Honcho.” The “Tick Tock” music video dropped on YouTube last week, and has since garnered close to 100,000 views.
Other songs on the new album include “Swerve,” which features Lance Stephenson, as well as “Getcha Merch,” which includes a verse from Ball’s own manager, DMO.
“Bounce Back” is Ball’s follow up to the 2018 album “Born 2 Ball,” which entered the Top 10 albums list on iTunes at that time.
Ball has obviously been keeping busy while quarantined, and he has opted to work on his music during the hiatus. Nonetheless, Ball has also involved himself in the fight against systemic racism in the nation, joining in on the peaceful protests in his Chino Hills neighborhood together with his brothers.
Despite his many co-curricular activities, we’re certain that Ball has likewise been keeping himself ready for the upcoming season restart. The Pelicans were one of the 22 teams invited to the NBA bubble in Florida, and Ball will certainly play a huge role for the squad as they hope to keep their playoff hopes alive this season.