Who knew Tom Hardy could rap? Back in 2011, the now giant Dark Knight Rises, Revenant and Dunkirk actor revealed that he started rapping when he was 14 or 15, and despite claiming he wasn’t very good, he actually got a deal as a rapper. “I’ve recorded loads of stuff but it’s never been released,” he said. That is, until now.
Today, a rap album has surfaced titled Falling on Your Arse in 1999, which is credited to Tommy No 1 and Eddie Too Tall aka Tom Hardy and writer and director Edward Tracy. The unreleased project is made up of 18 lo-fi hip-hop tracks, with Hardy on the raps and Tracy on the beat.
Listen to it below.