• Jason Leal

Rob $tone shares "All Nine Innings," inspired by his love for the Padres

Rob $tone just graced baseball fans all over with his new track, "All Nine Innings," specifically for the San Diego Padres.

San Diego native Rob $tone, famous for his 2015 hit single, "Chill Bill," just released a new song that has unofficially became an anthem for the San Diego Padres baseball team. The track, called "All Nine Innings" comes as an immense honor for $tone as he has been a baseball fan his entire life, picking up the game as a kid, a full-circle moment for the rapper, for sure!

The track is a certified banger in San Diego and for all baseball fans. $tone has always represented his city, but this one feels a little extra special.

"This song is special and was exciting for me to write because I really had to take myself back to when I played baseball as a kid to get the vibe!" $tone said. "Connecting with the San Diego Padres for this anthem is a dream come true for me. I am just happy the organization and all of the fans love the record! It is a banger fasho. Much love."

Rob $tone even got invited to the premiere of the song at the April 16th game and was able to bring his father to his first MLB game, where his very own track was playing in the stadium. It was a very surreal experience for the rapper and something he will most likely never forget. In a post on Instagram, $tone writes the whole experience was "epic" and "the time of [his] life."

The San Diego rapper released the track a few days later, Monday the 19th, on Youtube and a few days later for streaming sites, and has since received accolades from his hit anthem. The artist most recently just debuted a seven-track EP entitled Solitare Stone. The EP features such songs as "One in a Million," "Fantasy," and "28 Grams."

Be sure to tap in with Rob $tone via social media @YoungRob$tone to be kept up to date on any new releases.

Stream Rob $tone's latest anthem for the San Diego Padres,"All Nine Innings," below!