Aaron Rodgers starts his own music label, calls on directorial powers of Sugar Ray bassist
The game’s been good to Super Bowl MVP and great, great man Aaron Rodgers, but with the lockout still in effect, what’s a player to do? He has to keep on, and so Rodgers took the first tentative steps into phase two of his career by starting his own record label, the un-fucking-believably named Suspended Sunrise.
Forever loving his hometown of Chico, California, one of Rodgers’ first orders of business was to get a video for fellow his Chicoans(?) in The Make—who are signed to SS—and juice it up by calling down the directorial thunder of Sugar Ray bass player Murphy Karges, and by personally appearing in the video. All right. Whatever you want to do, man. Just make sure you’re back on the field when (or if) the season starts, and we’ll make sure to post that video when it’s ready. Here’s something to tide us over in the meantime. [Sportress Of Blogitude]