High School sports Central: My Life with Asmar Williams of Holy Spirit | Atlantic City Sports News


Asmar Williams can entertain a crowd with a basketball or microphone in hand.

The high school senior Holy Spirit propelled the Spartans to a 4-1 start with an average of 19.2 points.

He also has a booming career as a rap artist. Williams works with Pleasantville rapper Brandon Holland, who records as B-EZ. Holland worked with artists such as Salt-N-Pepa.

Williams, 17, grew up in Pleasantville and Atlantic City.

He has a 4 year old brother named DJ Williams. Her parents are Pamela Nichols and Darryl Williams.

Williams has aroused the interest of Divisions I and II colleges.

He smiles quickly and, with his outgoing personality, has no problem initiating or joining a conversation. He spoke about his music career, his love of basketball and a few other topics before Spirit defeated Atlantic Christian 62-61 in overtime at last week’s Boardwalk Basketball Classic in Wildwood.

At the start of his basketball career: I was a footballer. My dad always told me I love basketball. I seriously took up basketball when I was 8 or 9 years old. What I love about basketball is that there is no time. If you are cold they have heat in the gym.

On his musical career: I love music. I listen to music 24/7 – all kinds of music, country, rock. I rap too. Right after basketball season, I’m going to New York to do the studio thing. I have always admired B-EZ. When I was little he played basketball. He was really good, but he liked music better.


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