Knicks’ Iman Shumpert Releases His Own ‘Versace’ Freestyle

Music

/ August 13, 2013

Last week, the New York Knicks’ recent acquisition Metta World Peace debuted his new track “Peace” live on Hot 97. Now, his teammate Iman Shumpert decided to give rapping another shot by dropping a new freestyle over the heavily remixed Migos track “Versace.” Shumpert’s skills on the mic may rival Ron Artest’s but they’re saving the real competition for the hardwood.

“I told ya’ll, I told ya’ll that I’m chosen, and my work ethic too potent. If you don’t believe I’mma stunt on this league, let me hit whatever you smokin, ” Shumpert raps on the two-minute track. Last year, the 6’5″ forward created the Knicks’ anthem over GOOD Music’s posse cut “Clique” and collaborated with Chrisette Michele on a track titled “Supaphly.” Shumpert averaged 6.8 points-per-game and 3 rebounds in 45 games during his sophomore season. Hear him ball hard on wax above.