“I’m Gonna Get It Again, Next Year We Going to Win”: Deion Sanders Unleashes Winning Vibes With Impeccable Rap Skills

Published 01/07/2024, 12:07 AM EST

Follow Us

via Imago

Deion Sanders is a maverick on the field and might be an entertainer off the field. Coach Prime is young at heart and loves to showcase his repertoire of skills. The recent vlog shot by Bucky showed Deion partaking in an intense gym session and getting back in the groove. The HC enjoys every moment of his daily regime- be it training, coaching, meeting up with the team members, and even with his family.

America’s Favorite Video Today

Recently, Deion Sanders Jr. was recording his father doing crunches, and the father-son duo shared several moments together. Deion was already bumping his head to rap music in the gymnasium and even churned out a couple of his own verses! While Coach Prime with his iconic black sunglasses, sweatshirt, and the chain doesn’t look less than any rapper, he busted out some terrific rhymes during his rap song.

Coach Prime unleashes his inner rapper while working out

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

There’s nothing that the revered Buffs’ coach can’t do! You tell him to win SBs and the World Series, he can do that. When asked to revive a dwindling football side, he instantly comes in and makes the changes. Now, the HC can rap as well and give a run for their money to many rappers out there. The world saw his rare talent when he rapped a few lines as he was working out in the gym. “Watch how this beat drops, watch how I get to flow. Till the Prime Time you know. I’m going to get it again, you know next year we going to win! We going to do some things.”

Deion Sanders unearthed his hidden rapper persona with some great lines. He continued with the rap- “We going to change the game. I recruit every day. That’s the way I play. You know my gamer look, I’m a Hall of Famer. Go like a bird. Here we go with the flow, just so you know. P to the R to the i,m,e. That’s what they call me smart, tough, and fast I get up in again.” Prime Time showed no signs of slowing down as he went about rapping and showing what he’s capable of doing. Deion Sanders is amongst the list of players who wanted to pursue a rapping career and at one stage was quite serious.

Trending

Get instantly notified of the hottest NFL stories via Google! Click on Follow Us and Tap the Blue Star.

Follow Us

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Back when Deion Sanders released his rap CD

The year was 1994 and Deion Sanders was “the man”. Prime Time was making both football and baseball look way too easy and was scoring touchdowns and home runs for fun! While he had all the sporting success, he wished to extend it to his rapping skills.

Reacting to Lil Wayne’s “Father Figure” Confession, Deion Sanders Gets Real on His Relationship With the Rap Legend

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

He released his first CD- “Prime Time,”  which was issued on Bust it Records. However, the cornerback’s CD bombed at the charts, since the rapping style was going through a transition phase. His dreams were cut short but there was never a dearth of talent when it came to spitting bars and mixing it up with Sanders’ rapping style.

WATCH THIS STORY: Watch Nike’s Deion Sanders Claus 1992 commercial sparks joyful nostalgia.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

ADVERTISEMENT

Written by:

Jyot Singh

522Articles

One take at a time

"If at night you see your team losing or you wake up with the news of your team winning. Words will always be there sharing your emotions through thick and thin!" I've always had a strong connection with words. They've given me the passage to express my emotions from starting as a 7th grader writing poems in school to now writing articles based around leaders like Deion Sanders.
Show More>

Edited by:

Arijit Saha

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

EDITORS' PICK

America’s Favorite Video Today