PUMA Hoops continues to expand its roster with Flau’jae Johnson being the latest baller on the lineup. The 18-year-old LSU athlete also makes music and even secured a distribution deal with Roc Nation as she spends her time rapping when she’s not on the court.
As a top high school basketball recruit, Johnson was a McDonald’s All-American and is starting her freshman year at Louisiana State University. Taking the unconventional route, Johnson announced her commitment to LSU with the release of her Ear Drummers-produced track, “All Falls Down.” The music video features Baton Rouge’s-own Lil Boosie and MikeWiLLMadeIt.
PUMA Hoops will support Johnson’s BIG 4 Energy with performance and lifestyle silhouettes including the TRC Blaze Court, Rise Nitro, Slipstream, Mayze and more. Johnson is in good company at PUMA Hoops as the growing roster includes stars like LaMelo Ball, Breanna Stewart, Deandre Ayton, Jackie Young, NaLyssa Smith, Scoot Henderson, and more.