Pittsburgh Steelers' Le'Veon Bell Turns Into Rapper Juice for 'Until the Post Interview' EP

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Le'Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers smiles during a game against the New England Patriots at Heinz Field on Oct. 23, 2016 in Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh Steelers star Le'Veon Bell may be a beast on the gridiron, but for his new EP Until the Post Interview, the running back -- who spits under the moniker Juice -- proves NBA star Damian Lillard isn't the only pro-athlete with bars.

After previously releasing tracks like "Rappin' Athlete," "Rubberbandz" and "Focus" earlier this year, Bell flaunts his lyrical skill on top of trap-drenched beats for the seven-track project, especially with his speedy flow on the menacing "Mastermind."

Here, Bell delivers anthems for the turn-up ("Turn Up Da Club") and a dedication to his native Ohio and his second home Pittsburgh ("My City.") He also dropped The Interview mixtape in March. 

"This a quick little EP for the fans, just wanted to give them a preview of what's to come," he told Complex. "Stay tuned. I got way more music on the way."

Listen to Juice rock the mic with his EP below.


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