Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson made his 'historic rap debut' over the weekend, featuring on Tech N9ne's new single "Face Off" along with Joey Cool and King Iso.
He wrote his own verse which closes out the track and includes lyrics like “Black and Samoan in my veins, my culture bangin’ with Strange / I change the game so what’s my muthaf***in’ name (Rock).”
It went to #2 on the itunes rap charts over the weekend although it's dropped to #4 today.
Nice to see another Samoan rapper - Lisi - still in the Top 10 there as well.
Although it's the first time he's performed a full verse on a track, he has featured on Wyclef Jean's "It doesn't matter" where he yells out the same wrestling catchphrase.
"It doesn't Matter" by Wyclef Jean ft The Rock
He's also been the subject of a song - "Pie" with Slick Rick where they tell a story about the classic poontang pie.
"Pie" (The Rock) on WWF: The Music Volume 5