Lonzo Ball might have social media talking about his Big Baller Brand signature pair of sneakers that cost a whopping $495, but he's taking his free time with another hobby. The former UCLA guard has just dropped a rap remix to Drake's "Free Smoke" record, which he released under his alias ZO2. Peep it below.

The 19-year-old basketball star spits some quick bars over the More Life instrumental, rhyming, "I be ballin' like I'm sponsored/On the beat, man, I'm a monster."  He even makes some references to his skills on the court, rapping, "Mama your boy taking over/Michael Jordan from the free throw/I don't want you, he can keep you/Good looking but you see through."

This isn't the first time Ball has ventured into the rap sector of his young career, as he once released an in-car freestyle with his brothers LaMelo and LiAngelo. He also rapped while his father, LaVar Ball, cheered him on for his SLAM Magazine feature last year.

This past week has been an interesting one for the Ball family, as they were met with a fair amount of criticism over the price point of Lonzo's shoe release. While many complained about the high pricing of the signature sneaker, and there still seems to be some confusion over the actual number of sales made, LaVar stood by the high price.

Listen to Lonzo Ball's freestyle over Drake's "Free Smoke" record below.

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