After speaking ill of legendary emcee Nas, Los Angeles Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball is flexing his rapping chops on a new rap single of his own.

Titled "ZO2," the track references Ball's Big Baller Brand signature sneaker, which was recently revamped into a Prime edition for the upcoming season. Lines are filled with the standard braggadocio and he may have even snitched on himself.

"Only one year I was done with the Bruins / Slavin' for free, I was offered to move it / Millions of dollars, I took it, I'm human / I'm taking that case, I don't care if I lose it."

Interesting bars considering the recent news of college basketball's large ring of corruption and the involvement of Adidas-sponsored schools, such as UCLA during Ball's season there.

In a recent interview with XXL, Ball confirmed that his family has established the Big Baller Music Group and that he'd be releasing more music under the label. His first single, "Melo Ball 1," was a nod to his younger brother's signature model.