Le’Veon Bell is a man of many talents. The Pittsburgh Steeler's star running back introduced himself to the rap world under the stage name "Juice" earlier this year with a mixtape called The Interview. Today (Nov. 14), Juice drops his follow-up project Until the Post Interview EP. Juice shows off his lyrical prowess over trap-laden beats for seven songs, proving to be especially impressive on tracks like "Mastermind" and "My City."

XXL caught up with Bell earlier this fall for "Hip-Hop Junkie" where the 24-year-old broke down his passions on the field and in the studio.

"To be honest, I’ve been rapping since I was 13 years old," said Bell. "That’s when I recorded my first track. But, now that I got a little fanbase and I got a lot of followers, people are actually listening to me. I just didn’t want to limit myself to being on the field. Making music is something I’ve always wanted to do. I guess I kind of went public with everything."

Bell definitely isn't the only athlete who's been making noise in the rap game this year. Portland Trailblazers guard Damian Lillard—also known as Dame Dolla—dropped his debut album, The Letter O, last month with features from Juvenile, Lil Wayne and more.

Check out if Juice got the juice for real on Until the Post Interview EP above.

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