Retired NBA legend Dwyane Wade is low-key building up an impressive buzz in the music world after recently collaborating with rap star Rick Ross. The Miami Heat icon turn rap newcomer has reacted to the possibility of sharing the studio with Migos’ Offset.

Big Facts

This week, Wade posted two laughing emojis at the thought of a track together on SOHH’s Instagram page. He reacted to Offset shooting his shot at piecing together an audio masterpiece with the three-time NBA champion.

High-Key Details

Recently, Offset and Dwyane Wade appeared at an NBA 2K panel to dish on the iconic video game franchise. During the sit-down, Offset revealed his interest in collaborating with D-Wade.

“I can’t wait to do it,” Offset said about the possibility of collaborating with an NBA player. “When people see somebody do one thing they just think they can do that one thing or they just channel to that one thing. I’m with it – let’s get in there, Wade. I ain’t know you’re in there. I can’t wait to have that as a part of my career. I’ve got a song, Wade. … We need to go and get in on that.” (NBA Crossover Conversations)

Wait, There’s More

Back in February 2020, Wade linked up with Maybach Music Group leader Rick Ross for their new “Season Ticket Holder” anthem. In addition to the single, they also released a flashy music video.

Before You Go

A few days ago, Ross shared the visual’s director’s cut. The video is nearly 10 minutes in length and gives an up-close look at Wade’s love for Miami.