Kevin Holland Releases First Hip-Hop Track

A millennial mixed martial artist, modern-day superhero and now a rapper.

Holland (23-7-0, 1 NC) is popularly known for his octagon antics, talking trash to his opponents even when he is on his back.

The chirping continues throughout the bout, whether it’s calling the lightweight phenome Khabib Nurmagomedov for wrestling lessons midway during the fight or shouting at his opponents from his corner, the Trailblazer has made a repute of himself as a warrior with the lively jester attributes among the UFC fans.

And now the 29-year-old joins the list of UFC fighters who double as rappers. Holland took to Twitter and announced that he has released his first song, which can be heard on YouTube.

“Yo #mmatwitter I just dropped this beat! Short clip attached and here is the full song-

“Let’s hear the feedback! Good and bad. You know I love me some trolls,” Holland wrote.

The hip-hop track is named N3CK, released under the banner of Big Mouth, and features MGF Bandit and MurdaGang PB.

Other than Holland, the former UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley and Bryce Mitchell have also tried their luck in the music industry and have received mixed reactions from the listeners.

Holland has tried to keep things more realistic in his debut track, giving references to his MMA career with the hook, which starts off with the line “gotta get better protectin’ the neck.”

Holland has again found his feet in the promotion after a series of losses against the likes of Marvin Vettori, and Derek Brunson respectively.

Holland overcame Tim Means in his recent bout, finishing him by D’Arce choke in round two.

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