More Baseball Rap: “Texas Back at It”

A fine young performer named INK, along with his friends Illicit, Zica, and Pain, have put together a “bumping track,” as the kids say, called “Texas Back at It.” Enjoy:

Relief pitcher extraordinaire Mike Adams, who is all Texas, all the time, actually commissioned the big tune, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. And the Rangers love it. Especially “huge fan of rap and hip-hop” Michael Young.

Yeah. Michael Young. I should have known. Of course Michael Young loves rap and hip-hop! If you need me, I’ll be spending most of the rest of the day wondering what’s on Young’s iPod, and who he’d choose in the Tupac or Biggie debate. Probably Tupac. Definitely Tupac.

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Navin Vaswani is a replacement-level writer. Follow him on Twitter.

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  1. Kyle says:

    We all choose Tupac.

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  2. Mallow says:

    The answer to Tupac or Biggie is always Wu-Tang.

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