DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) – It’s been a dream of his since he was a kid in high school, and he continues to make it a reality, all while playing in the National Football League.
Buffalo Bills receiver Cole Beasley dropped his latest song at midnight Thursday morning. He had previously announced on his social media channels that the track he was dropping was titled "sometimes."
The song is now available for download on Apple Music.
This is the first song Beasley has released since he unveiled his debut album, "The Autobiography," in May of 2018. That album came after he released his first single, "80 Stings," in January of 2018.
Back in 2018, the SMU product said he had been making music over the last two years after he put his kids to bed at night. He went on to say that family comes first, followed by his playing career, and then music.
“Some people may question my loyalty to football, but the passion for that WILL NOT change,” Beasley said when he dropped his first single. “My aim is to do exactly what I have been doing for the past six years, making music, because that is what I enjoy doing. I do not intend to do any shows or touring that lifestyle is not for me. … I simply want to make music for the people who are constantly searching for something new to hear.”
Beasley's former Cowboys teammates, including Dak Prescott and Dez Bryant, have always been very supportive of his music.
Bills coach Sean McDermott said Thursday morning that he's "not sure" if Beasley will be able to practice, or if he'll be able to play on Saturday against the Indianapolis Colts in Orchard Park.