Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson proved he’s the ultimate package with insane rap debut

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is one of the most iconic names in the entertainment business, making his name in the WWE before going on to be a successful name in Hollywood, playing major roles in huge films, including Maui in Disney’s hit film Moana.

He’s also played big roles in non-animated films such as Jumanji and G.I. Joe: Retaliation. It’s safe to say he’s been incredibly successful after leaving the WWE.

A 10-time world champion in professional wrestling, two-time intercontinental champion and a five-time Tag Team champion,  the promotion’s first champ of African-American descent dominated the organisation and has left a lasting impression, with him still one of the most revered Superstars of all time.

However, that’s not the end of his talents, with him turning his attentions to rap almost a year ago when he featured on a track from Tech N9ne which also featured King Iso and Joey Cool.

Whilst playing Maui, we were treated to hearing The Rock singing during the film, showing us his talents on the mic and how he can turn his hand to anything in the entertainment industry and seemingly master it with ease.

But on this occasion, on Tech N9ne’s single Faceoff, The Rock shows us that he can rap just as well as he can sing, adding yet another string to his bow.

You can listen to a snippet of The Rock rapping below, with a sample shared on Twitter where we can see the impressive performance.

The Rock really is the entertainment version of a full package, there’s apparently nothing he can’t do when it comes to performing.

He’s a natural when it comes to rapping, it’s as if he’s been doing it for years, with his debut last year. The Rock could probably release his own rap album, he really is that good.

It was the first time he’d done anything like this publicly, so it’s safe to say it was truly shocking to see just how talented he was with us never seeing him in that context before.

NEW YORK – JANUARY 20: Actor Dwayne Johnson attends the NHL Powered by Reebok Store to promote “Tooth Fairy” on January 20, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

Given the nature of his role in Moana, we shouldn’t be too surprised, but it certainly took us by shock when it was released.

His work in the entertainment business is continuing with him billed in a handful of movies/TV shows later this year and from 2023 onwards, with a range of productions in post or pre-production and then a few already announced.

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