It was just yesterday when Floyd Mayweather offered fellow boxer Adrien Broner some sound advice regarding his career. "I love Adrien Broner," he said. "I think he has a lot to learn…I think he should spend less time on social media, less time trying to be a hip-hop artist and focus more on his craft."
Unfortunately, Broner didn't get the memo. The 24-year-old from Cincinnati has released his new single ".40," which features a guest verse from Southern rapper Rick Ross. The record is catered to the clubs, with hard-hitting production that sounds like an earthquake in the right speakers. Who knows? Maybe Broner will use this as his walk-in music if he decides to fight Amir Khan in the spring.
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