Stephen Jackson’s New Rap Video “The Season” [Video]

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The Milwaukee Bucks are probably pretty glad they traded for Stephen Jackson.

First, he said he didn’t want to come to Milwaukee. Now, he’s making questionable gangster-ish rap under the name Stack Jack.

Hey, gotta have something to do other than smoke dope during the NBA lockout. The title of the song is “The Season” and there’s a mixtape “What’s A Lockout?” on the way.

Way to stay relevant, bro.

Posted: Oct. 2, 2011

Premise of Video: Flossin’, counting money, talking about the streets, hangin’ with the crew and other shit like that, while trying to be a decent rapper. Oh, and there’s plenty of ESPN footage talking about the lockout spliced in.

Climax of Video: Uhhhh… probably the line “My pocket keeps bucks, like the same team I’m playin’ for!” Hell yeah!

Conclusion: Hey, it’s not the worse thing we’ve seen or heard from a basketball player — I’m looking at you Shaq. All in all, not an embarrassing effort, but Stack Jack needs to work on his lyrics. The production and beats are decent.

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