John C. Reilly Shows Off His Impressive Freestyle Rap Skills

John C. Reilly is a prodigious actor and singer, but it turns out he’s also a pretty good rapper.

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Appearing on SiriusXM’s “Sway in the Morning”, the “Ralph Breaks the Internet” star gave fans a taste of his genuinely impressive freestyle rap skills.

Throwing bars over the beat from the 2007 Common and Kanye West track “Southside”, Reilly rapped about everything from the president to dancing like a “disco monkey” at the club.

“Keep freaking, while Imma speaking/ Dance young ladies til your knees start to weaken/ Cause I’ve got the style, the class to go with/ I’m numero uno so don’t you forget it,” he rapped at one point.

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This isn’t the first time Reilly has dabbled in rap. In the comedy “Step Brothers”, he and co-star Will Ferrell recorded a music video for the hilarious track “Boats ‘N Hoes”.



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