T.I. and Quavo linked up with New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall for their new song "Baller Alert." The track, produced in conjunction with Champs Sports and Under Armour, is inspired by Marshall's struggles with his own mental health. According to Billboard, the track will underscore a new advertising campaign for the athletic brands that is meant to "inspire others to be their true selves."
In the video, you can see Marshall kicking it with Quavo and T.I. in the studio checking out the track. Quavo lays down a simple, typically Migos hook of "Baller alert/Baller alert." He and T.I. both deliver solid verses, with Tip rapping "Drippin' sauce all over everything/I'm a real king, you a little son/Boy don't make me pull the rings out the Vogue/I be showin' off, ain't even got to talk/Shawty let me hit the hole like Marshall Faulk/Or maybe Barry Sanders/Got some cheerleaders, no love handle."
Quavo discussed the track with Billboard, saying, "Our biggest challenge is just probably staying focused on our goals 'cause everybody always wants to be something, that one thing. But life comes with many challenges. If you get it wrong and have a plan B, use it but normally if you want to achieve the goal that you want, the plan A is the one that you want so stay focused."
You can check out T.I. and Quavo's "Baller Alert," which features an appearance from Brandon Marshall, in the video above.