my single is dropping

Dwyane Wade Continues to Thrive, Makes Rap Debut on ‘Season Ticket Holder’ With Rick Ross

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NBA phenom Dwyane Wade is, undoubtedly, having a moment. From appearing on Ellen to talk candidly and supportively about his 12-year-old Zaya’s gender identity, to opening up about the birth of his daughter Kaavia via surrogate with wife Gabrielle Union on Watch What Happens Live!, Wade has been making the pop-culture rounds in the best possible way. Naturally, the only way to capitalize on this incredibly momentum would be to … release a single, which is precisely what Wade decided to do. On midnight February 21, Wade made his rapping debut on the legendary Rick Ross’s single “Season Ticket Holder,” inspired by Wade’s NBA legacy and now streaming on Tidal (yes, you need to re-download Tidal to listen to the song). D. Wade’s flow isn’t half bad! He takes it slow and lyrically sticks to the facts (his wife, his three championship rings, and his multiple Lamborghinis, etc). See below if you also stan the newest rapping king, Dwyane Wade, by streaming his debut song.

Dwyane Wade Keeps Thriving, Makes Rap Debut With Rick Ross