Sacramento Kings' center Demarcus Cousins is currently working towards building a career outside of basketball as a R&B artist. Perhaps he was inspired by part owner of the organization, Shaquille O'Neal, who released a slew of rap albums back in the 90s. Cousins, who will release music under the stage name Boogie Smooth, has been able to gather some serious talent to help him get his career off the ground. Boogie's first single "Emotional" will feature a beat by "Look What You've Done" producer Chase N. Cashe and include guest raps from Chicago's Chance The Rapper. Boogie has yet to give the single a release date. UPDATE: Yahoo! Sports has confirmed Demarcus Cousin's will not be releasing an R&B album. In what might have been an early April Fool's prank, Kings say that DeMarcus Cousins is not putting out a R&B album called, "Boogie Smooth." — Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) March 31, 2014
News | March 31, 2014
Sacramento Kings’ Demarcus Cousins To Release R&B Single Featuring Chance The Rapper

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Sacramento Kings' center Demarcus Cousins is currently working towards building a career outside of basketball as a R&B artist. Perhaps he was inspired by part owner of the organization, Shaquille O'Neal, who released a slew of rap albums back in the 90s.

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Cousins, who will release music under the stage name Boogie Smooth, has been able to gather some serious talent to help him get his career off the ground. Boogie's first single "Emotional" will feature a beat by "Look What You've Done" producer Chase N. Cashe and include guest raps from Chicago's Chance The Rapper. Boogie has yet to give the single a release date.

UPDATE: Yahoo! Sports has confirmed Demarcus Cousin's will not be releasing an R&B album.