Last Tuesday night played in the Champions League match between his Olympique Lyon and Shakhtar Donetsk, on Wednesday made a special announcement that has nothing to do with football: we are talking about one of our favorite footballers, Memphis Depay, which revealed two very interesting news. The former Manchester United's number 7 has launched (feat. Winne Ecktuh, Nana Fofie and Rass King) a new music single called 'AKWAABA', inspired by his recent trip to Ghana. But if you are his faithful followers like us, you already know that the Dutch winger had already recorded a rap track with his national teammate, Quincy Promes.

The second project is closely linked to the first and concerns the 'Memphis Foundation', thanks to which the former PSV player 'aspires to inspire', 'to give back to the world and create awareness through the passion I hold in music'. Memphis made a noble gesture: it will use the foundation's revenues to blind and deaf children born in their birth country, with the will to give something back to the people where it has its roots. Depay is continuing its career's transformation: the kid who drove a Rolls Royce has now turned his back on a certain attitude towards the world around him. As stated in a recent interview, now he does not even exult when he scores: 'At one point I became deaf and blind to the world, I have not looked at everything that happens around me.'