Damian Lillard turned his hotel room in Orlando into a recording studio
Portland Trail Blazers all-star Damian Lillard turned his hotel room in Orlando into a recording studio.
After completing the basketball mission, Lillard spent his spare time on another passion, music.
The resort is designed as a bubble environment to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic, and has features such as walking trails, bowling alleys and fishing lakes.
Lillard’s Trail Blazers are chasing the eighth seed Memphis Grizzlies in search of the Western Conference’s final playoff seats.
As for Ms. D.O.L.L.A, when he does not take Damian Lillard’s job on the basketball court, he will be busy laying new tracks.
In fact, Lillard’s goal is to make his rap name as famous as the basketball name, just like Donald Glover won multiple Emmy Awards (actors) and multiple Grammy Awards (he The same as childish Gambino.
“That’s what I want to talk about,” Lillard said.
“I appreciate how he built his own two different paths. People respect him on every path. That is my goal.”
In Lillard’s room, there is a microphone stand on the shelf, headphones, a laptop with recording software and an audio interface to control everything.
He said it was a “simple” setting, but for him, it was enough to create music in a room where he could be isolated.
After restarting, Lillard will display “How much?” His jersey was sewn.
Although Lillard does not consider himself an activist, he wants to express his views on the good and bad things that affect his community.
He will release his new song and music video “Home Team” on Friday.
It needs a village!
My new video #Home team Now it comes out. Celebrate family, friends, loyalty and what we can build when we are together.
-Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) July 17, 2020
This song pays tribute to his family and closest friends, he helped them start their entrepreneurial journey.
This post is written by Eric Magana