LSU Basketball Star Flau’jae Johnson Joins Rod Wave Onstage

LSU Basketball Star Flau’jae Johnson Joins Rod Wave Onstage

Flau’jae Johnson took the stage during Rod Wave's Nostalgia tour, which also featured Ari Lennox, Toosi, G Herbo, and Eelmatic. 

Rod Wave’s recent stop on his United States tour had a shocking feature. The 25-year-old Florida rapper brought out rising hoop star and rapper Flau’jae Johnson to perform onstage with him.

During the Dec. 13 Atlanta stop of his Nostalgia tour, the “Rags to Riches” artist brought Louisiana State University player Johnson onstage to perform. The basketball player, named 2023 SEC Freshman of the Year, performed her track titled “Big 4.” 

According to TMZ Sports, the LSU guard was an unlisted feature on Wave’s Nostalgia tour alongside big names Ari Lennox, Toosi, G Herbo, and Eelmatic. 

Johnson, who is used to cutting up on the court with fellow player Angel Reese as an LSU Tiger, showed off her rap skills just a few days before she’s expected to play with LSU on Dec. 17.

The player has already dropped several tracks and music videos in her burgeoning rap career. Her “Big 4” music video has nearly 1.5 million views, and another track, “Karma,” featuring rapper 2Rare, has nearly 1 million views. As previously reported, Johnson performed for LeBron James and his friends and family for his “Uninterrupted” party this summer. She also performed for LSU basketball fans in April after the Tigers won the NCAA title. Johnson is signed with Roc Nation, and says she has high hopes for a collaboration with lyricists J. Cole and Lil Wayne.

Following in the footsteps of her late father, the rapper Camouflage, Johnson has been pursuing her music career while balancing her role as a basketball superstar.

As reported to ESPN, Johnson is averaging 11.3 points and seven rebounds per game this LSU season.  

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