Jimmer Fredette Brother T.J. Rapped Prior to BYU-San Diego State Game
Jimmer Fredette is the nation’s leading scorer and one of the most exciting players in college basketball. The senior from Glens Falls, New York has become a fan favorite thanks to his ability to put up unreal point totals. In regular season action, he’s cracked 40 points four times in his career, including a 49-point game last season against Arizona. But Jimmer isn’t the only Fredette who’s developed a following recently — his brother T.J. has been able to use Jimmer’s fame to promote his rap career.
T.J. created a song called “Amazing” about Jimmer’s development as a basketball player that has received plenty of attention. In addition to creating that song, T.J. has been able to perform at games. As I learned from ESPN reporter Diamond Leung, the elder Fredette brother was able to entertain the crowd at the Marriott Center before BYU’s huge game against San Diego State. Here’s a video of how it looked:
Every game this season Jimmer has been able to increase his national profile. Right there with him has been brother T.J. who is beginning to make his mark as another minority: a white rapper.