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Damion Lee drops rap song about Louisville, with auto-tune!

Louisville’s Damion Lee has a lot of free time on his hands these days as his team’s season winds down with nothing to play for this month.

And what do people do with free time?

They make rap songs, of course.

Lee recorded and released “For The Ville” as a tribute to his one season with the Cards. It makes no mention of damp ceilingsĀ or postseason bans, but he does remind his listeners that he doesn’t need deodorant, whatever that means.

As somewhat of a hip-hop connoisseur, I can say with confidence this is the only rap song in existence with lyrics about staying out of jail and Dillon Avare transferring to EKU.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

8 Comments for Damion Lee drops rap song about Louisville, with auto-tune!



  1. Lexingtonyn
    10:06 am March 3, 2016 Permalink

    I tried listening with an open mind. I tried imagining that I was listening to a UK player’s rap song. No way around it . . . that was hideous.



  2. ukbradstith
    10:26 am March 3, 2016 Permalink

    I ain’t gonna lie…not bad at all. He has a pretty good sound, good rap voice.



    • 2thepoint
      10:32 am March 3, 2016 Permalink

      Ha, ha, that means he is not musically inclined?



  3. sammydog
    10:50 am March 3, 2016 Permalink

    Cards fans disparage the notion that one and dones can form attachments when at UK. Yet at Louisville they have turned these two into Gods. Lol!



  4. UK Big Board Update
    11:35 am March 3, 2016 Permalink

    Holy. Shit. Thats bad…..



  5. kenny
    1:29 pm March 3, 2016 Permalink

    Lame



  6. millertime98
    2:36 pm March 3, 2016 Permalink

    In a word, no.



  7. smigsky
    10:00 pm March 3, 2016 Permalink

    Lee pronounces his own school wrong. That beat is a complete rip off of Luniz “I got five on it” on a cheap CASIO. Heard he already pawned his ring for a turntable and smoke machine. L