Have you heard?
Maybe "ya ain't heard" just yet, to quote former Auburn Tigers wide receiver and punt returner Robert Dunn's latest song, "Goose and Patron."
The former college football star has made promises to make you not only "like it" but "love it" as he's wriggled his way into the music industry to go from gridiron power to hip-hop sensation.
Now you get it; Dunn has decided to put a possible professional sports career on temporary hold to have his shot in the music world.
Recently, Dunn teamed up with Quentin Groves’ music label, Major League Entertainment, and expects to achieve what he describes as one of his "ultimate goals": expressing himself to the world through song.
"As a youngster, I had major dreams," Dunn said. "I went from D-1 ball to being 'Major League.'"
With songs like “Rain Dance,” “Goose and Patron,” and “Last Breath,” he has captivated young music lovers across South Alabama and Georgia.
Over his four years at Auburn, the now-22-year-old "DunnCity" scored four touchdowns and had 44 receptions for 485 receiving yards.
And while putting up those numbers, the Augusta, Ga., native managed to find time for the studio as well, where he cleared his mind with lyrics and beats.
For more information or to hear some of Dunn's latest songs, check him out at www.myspace.com/dunncity. Ringtones are also available on the site.