Serena Williams Drops First Rap Single [Audio]

When Serena Williams hangs up her racket at the end of her tennis career, she’ll most likely pick up a microphone. Williams, who is currently playing Tennis in Madrid, has just dropped her first rap single.

The track was recorded at a Florida Stuido called B Major Music Group. According to TMZ, the studio is owned by a good friend of Williams, Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie.

Here are some lyrics from Serena Williams new song.

“I ball hard no tennis racket /I can’t see these haters through my Gucci glasses/I make hits like batting practice / they be like Serena, is you really rapping?”

Williams also gives her sister a shout out.

“I win, I really mean it / Swag out this world you should call me Venus / That’s my sister her name is Serena / On the court I serve the up, no subpoena.”

Williams musical debut is only a minute long but the studio promises that the Tennis star will be releasing a few more songs in the future. DDotOmen writes that Williams will be releasing a mix tape with MJB (Mary J. Blige) called “Chicken Raps.”

Here’s a clip from the new Serena Williams song.

Do you think Serena Williams has a future in music?