Chris Bosh Signs With Warner Music And Releases His Own iPhone App
Total Pro Sports – Chris Bosh has made a name for himself over the past couple of years with his YouTube clips promoting himself for the NBA All-Star balloting. He has now taken his career off the court one step further, announcing on his facebook page that he has signed an agreement with Warner Music Canada to produce a unique CD and DVD scheduled to be released in the fall of 2009. In addition to that, CB4 will also become the first athlete in the world to have his own iPhone App.
The announcement was made today as it was stated that the material on the DVD will be based on Bosh’s comedic characters he developed over the past two years in his homemade clips. Also included is a tour of Chris’ life in Dallas, which will allow fans to get to know the Raptors forward and his sense of humor better.
Bosh’s iPhone app is available now, and allows fans to keep track of Chris’ Twitter feed, watch his latest videos as soon as they’re posted, view his latest photos and keep track of updated game stats throughout the NBA season. Regarding the news on his signing with Warner and the release of the app, Bosh had the following to say:
“This is exciting. Teaming up with Warner to produce my very own CD and DVD, as well as being the first athlete with their very own iPhone and iPod touch application, are just two more ways for fans to get to know me off the court. Entertaining my fans through the use of technology allows me to continue to try and pioneer the digital space for athletes across the world!”
Chris Bosh will hope that many of those updates during the season are regarding wins for his Raptors. With it being his last year on contract, rumors are bound to swirl regarding his next destination. Although Raptor fans will have their fingers crossed, praying for the return of their big man, many believe he will find a new home in a larger market. Some even believe that he may team up with the likes of LeBron James and or Dwyane Wade, possibly in New York. If that becomes the case, it may not be long before his Twitter Feed reads “NBA Champion!!!”