Damian Lillard Is Missing The Old Days Of MySpace

Damian Lillard
Damian Lillard

Damian Lillard, who plays as the point guard for the Portland Trail Blazers made a throwback reference for the older generation and suggested an Instagram tweak. This tweak was inspired by the older MySpace.

MySpace can be accurately defined as the predecessor for all the big social media networks like Twitter and Facebook. 

The Millennials remember those olden days of the Internet. A lot can be left behind in that era, which includes blurry photo resolutions and colorful fonts but Damian Lillard wants to bring back the profile song feature from his olden MySpace days.

Damian Lillard Asks For A Profile Song On Instagram

“Instagram need to let people put a song on they page like old school my MySpace,” Damian Lillard stated on Monday.

The social networking platform allowed its users to keep a song autoplay when other users perused their profiles. 

If Damian Lillard got a chance to share songs on his Instagram profile, it would most likely, be his own song. Lillard calls himself the best rapper in the NBA as he has gone toe-to-toe with NBA star Marvin Bagley III, who is also a rapper. 

Lillard got into rapping while growing up in Oakland, and he has harnessed his craft to work alongside icons like Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg. His latest album, Different On Levels The Lord Allowed, was released on Aug. 20 of this year.

Damian Lillard has found his own way to bring music into his Instagram profile by using #4BarFriday. Lillard and any other Instagrammer who want to drop bars can share a video rapping and tag the video with the hashtag to share with fellow artists.

It looks like Dame D.O.L.L.A. had music on his mind for another reason: he has an interview and a freestyle set to drop later this week.

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