11 Celebrities Who Tried To Rap (And We Really Wish They Didn't)
There's a lot of celebrities out there who are very multi-talented individuals. Some of them seem to think that they have a talent for being musicians as well, and in the case of these next 11 celebs, their attempt at proving their talent for rapping was very, VERY wrong.
We're not even a little surprised that Shaq tried to have a rap career (he even plays a rapping genie in Kazaam), but he really should've just stuck to basketball.
Brian Austin Green
The former 90210 star and current Megan Fox husband tried to kick off a rap career in the 90s. Personally, I blame Vanilla Ice.
Everyone's second-favorite Carter sibling tried to rap about beating Shaq. It didn't even beat Shaq's awful rap songs.
A throwback to a time when music culture was pretty much at an all-time low, we see Jessica Simpson and Dane Cook introduce a very pregnant Britney Spears, who then introduces her husband's rap debut. The result is the stuff of legends.
Dylan's made a prolific career over the years by adapting his sound to many different styles, but we're sure he wants to forget his guest rap verse on a Kurtis Blow track just as much as we do.
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The singularly greasiest porn star to ever live, Ron Jeremy put out a rap song that stayed on the Billboard charts for a whopping 27 weeks. What the hell was 1995 thinking?
The Hulkster put out a song with WWE's house band during the peak of his Hulkamania. It's exactly as bad as you think it is.
Actually, Mr. T having a rap career would kind of make sense. I mean, I don't think anybody would be surprised. What IS surprising is hearing him rap about respecting your momma.
Yeah it was part of a comedy album, but it's still hard to listen to the once-biggest name in comedy trying to rap.
Joe Pesci actually announced at one point that he was quitting acting to pursue a career in music. Take a wild guess why he went back to acting very, VERY soon afterwards.
Tom Hanks & Dan Aykroyd
This music video for the remake of Dragnet is pretty much everything wrong with rich white people trying to rap (at least until Kevin Federline hit the scene).