Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing Tommy No 1.

That was the rap persona of “The Revenant” star Tom Hardy, who previously acknowledged his hip-hop efforts by stating he “wasn’t very good” at rapping.

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But thanks to DJ Eddie Too Tall, an old friend of the actor’s, fans can now listen to Hardy’s 1999 rap mixtape, “Falling On Your Arse In 1999”.

The DJ uploaded the mixtape to online music distribution service Bandcamp earlier this month, noting, “Made in a bedroom 1999 these mixtapes were never really finished. Lyrics [were] written and performed by Tom Hardy. Music [was] written and produced by Ed Tracy.”

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Listen to the mixtape, featuring elements of Jazz and even a sample from “The Godfather”, above and check out fan reaction to the songs below.

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