Lonzo Ball hasn't played an official NBA game yet but the Los Angeles Lakers rookie's rap career is already taking off. After dropping the song "Melo Ball 1," Lonzo returns with his latest song, "Zo2."

Named after his newest sneaker, which recently underwent a makeover, "Zo2" finds Lonzo rapping about his new kicks. "What you rockin'? Zo2s/I'm home, pass the Zo2/You know I got it, Zo2/Pay respect and pay your dues/Switchin' lanes, Zo2/I change the game, Zo2."

In a recent interview with XXLLonzo revealed he and the Ball family created a record label so they could release more projects. When asked if there was a mixtape or a record on the way, the NBA rookie said, "Yeah, so we actually set up a label and there's definitely stuff coming in the near future. I can't really talk about the upcoming stuff, but more is to come."

While Lonzo won't be able to run the label himself, he did assure that someone close to dad Lavar would. "I won't be able to do so since I'm focused on the NBA season ahead, but definitely one of my dad's close people that he works with will handle the record label [Big Baller Music Group]."

Lonzo caught the ears of hip-hop fans when he dropped a remix of Drake's "Free Smoke" in May. Ball then followed the song up with his debut single, "Melo Ball 1," named after younger brother LaMelo's signature shoe.

Listen to Lonzo Ball's "Zo2" below.

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