At the start of the weekend, Lonzo Ball decided to give fans a snippetof a then-forthcoming track titled “Get Off.” Asking listeners if he should go ahead and drop it in its entirety, we weren’t expecting to be getting it so soon. But in wasting no time, the young Ball dropped off his latest offering.
“Get Off” arrives on the heels of his “Super Saiyan” release from earlier in the month following an explosive performance against the Phoenix Suns. Switching the flow up a bit, Lonzo takes on the track with his same signature bravado, touting plenty of metaphors to allude to both his skills on the hardwood and in the booth. “Do it for fans and they clapping up / Walking in Gucci, they rack it up,” he spits. “I swear these Benjamins standing up / I put em to sleep when I'm stacking up.”
While the Lakers showing as a team has been less than stellar, Lonzo has been certainly showing out on the court, currently averaging 10 points a game with an average of 35 minutes per game. All the while, his father LaVar Ball keeps the buzz going no matter what, making Lonzo a particular target in the game. Nevertheless, his father has issued a warning to those in the league with the wrong intentions when facing off against the 20-year old rookie.
“It’s a team game. That’s how you’re going to beat someone,” he told Bleacher Report. “If you go one-on-one, you’re never going to win. If you keep taking it personal, trying to go one-on-one with my son, you’re going to lose every time.” Now with a weakened record of 2-4 following a loss of 15-point loss to the Utah Jazz Saturday night, Lonzo and the Los Angeles Lakers will take on the Detroit Pistons in their next matchup on Halloween night in Staples Center
Pay attention, listen closely I won't say it twice
Married to the game, I tattoo it like that thing my wife
I put in early mornings, yeah, and I'm grinding late night
Shooting 2s and 3s, but nah homie, I ain't talking dice