Former Buffalo Bills’ WR is really making a New Album
When you get released from the Buffalo Bills, and your phone isn't ringing off the hook with calls from other teams, what do you do? You record a record album.
After three productive seasons in Orchard Park, Cole Beasley became a salary-cap casualty earlier this offseason when he was released by the Bills on March 17th. Since then, NFL Free Agency has moved ahead at full steam, followed by the NFL Draft. Most teams around the league have restocked their rosters at this point.
Cole Beasley is still a free agent. So what is he doing with all this time on his hands? He's recording a record album.
We know what you're thinking..."That's not the real Cole Beasley...That has to be a burner account.."
We thought the same thing. That is until the man himself tweeted out the same message.
So on Friday, May 13th, we are all going to be treated to the musical stylings of one Cole Dickerson Beasley.
It turns out that music is not a new hobby for Beasley. He released his debut single release "80 Stings" back in 2017. Then, in 2018, he released his debut album The Autobiography. Beasley and his producer Victor "Phazz" Clark formed ColdNation Records based in Frisco, Texas.
The first signee to ColdNation Records? None other than Mr. Beasley himself.
If you have yet to hear Cole's music, here is the official audio clip of his 2017 debut single.
During his time with the Bills, Beasley caught 231 passes for 2,438 yards and 11 Touchdowns.
The new album will be called "When World's Collide" and will be available everywhere on Friday, May 13th.