Cole Beasley may have a future in music after football.
His debut album, Autobiography, is the 14th in top new albums released in May, according to iTunes charts. Beasley released his album on Saturday, and it has generated buzz among his teammates – past and present – and those within football.
“#ColeBeasley #TheAutobiography Just ran 8 miles with @Bease11’s new album on loop… I know he’s a Cowboy, but dude’s got skills! #Stereotypes,” former Giants running back Tiki Barber posted on Twitter.
Said Dez Bryant: “Trying to bump something real? Go get my dawg album now.”
Beasley, 29, released a single called "80 Stings" in January.