Serena Williams launches debut rap song

Los Angeles: Tennis champion Serena Williams has launched a teaser of her new, untitled rap song.

Williams entered a recording studio in her attempt to pursue music career, last year. The song describes the powerful figure that she is, reports a website.

The lyrics of the song go like this -- "I ball hard no tennis racket/I can`t see these haters through my Gucci glasses/I make hits like batting practice -- they be like `Serena, is you really rapping?`

"That`s me, thanks for listenin`/schooling all these rappers, they should pay tuition/ I make a lot of money but that ain`t yo business/you can tell the people I said this."

In her song, she also makes a reference to her sister Venus Williams, with the words: "I win, I really mean it/Swag out this world, you should call me Venus/That`s my sister, my name is Serena/on the court I serve `em up, no subpoena."

Serena had a recording session at B Major Music Group, a studio owned by her good friend, Baltimore Ravens player Vryant McKinnie. She also got hip-hop producer DJ Clue`s help for the number.


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