With three weeks left in the season, plenty of star athletes and entertainers have made their way out to 400 Merrits in Atlanta to take part in the Atlanta Entertainment Basketball League. One entertainer did more than come out to watch the games, he played. Roscoe Dash laced up his sneakers and joined the Blacktop ATL team this past weekend. After the game, he stopped to speak with content curator for the A.E.B.L., Mehka about his hoops past, his new music and more.
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Rodney “Mehka” King is an experienced entertainment journalist. His work has appeared in publications like XXL, SLAM and Hip Hop Weekly magazine. He’s also held editor positions with websites such as Hip Hop Enquirer, Yoraps!, Soletron.com and Wordonthestreetsmag.com. Hip-hop is his love, but basketball is his passion. He’s covered everything from high school standouts to professional athletes. Whether asking a hip-hop star about his or her own hoop dreams or grilling a high school All-America about how they choose their college of choice, King always finds something great about the game of basketball from any angle. When not writing or blogging for others, he’s maintaining his own websites, Djsdoingwork.com and Notesfromtheundergroundtv.com. Ask him anything, just don’t ask him if he’s the real Rodney King.