San Diego Chargers Linebacker Melvin Ingram Releases "Franchise Tag" Mixtape As SupaMel
The star of the NFL put their thoughts on being maintained by the team of wax.
Add another athlete rapper to the list, as San Diego Chargers linebacker Melvin Ingram shared his Franchise Tag mixtape of the week. He rap under the name of SupaMel and this is not his first project. Released three tracks in the summer of 2015.
But Franchise Tag comes after Ingram was slapped with a franchise tag from the Chargers, who will be moving to Los Angeles next season. This means that the maintenance of the rights of his contract by a year and removing him from the free agency market.
The franchise Tag is comprised of 11 tracks with Stacks, Young Veterinarian and a Five-Star, with the production of Deemoney.
Ingram continues to Le Veon Bell, who was apparently Snoop Dogg on a track for his own project. The NBA is also full of ballers want to be rappers, including Damian Lillard and Iman Shumpert.
Flow SupaMel of the Franchise Tag mixtape and see the cover art and the tracklist below.
Boxed in (f. Batteries And Axel)
The money and the Power (f. Young Vet)
If I Say So myself (f. Batteries And Young People Of The Vet)
Lost [Prod. By Deemoney & Supreme Team]
Seen It All (Feat. Five Stars)
Through It All [Prod. By Deemoney]
We Are In The Building
Errors [Prod. By Deemoney]