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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson makes rap debut on Tech N9ne’s ‘Face Off’

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The Rock stays hungry.

Dubbed by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson because the “greatest workout anthem ever,” the brand new monitor, titled “Face Off,” is by Tech N9ne and options the on-screen hunk alongside rappers King Iso and Joey Cool.

Johnson’s verse comes final, and he raps, “It’s about tribe, it’s about power, we stay hungry, we devour. Put in the work. Put in the hours, and take what’s ours.”

The track, released Friday morning, is what Johnson referred to as his first foray into spitting rhymes.

“Pumped (& humbled) to drop MY 1ST RAP SONG with my brothers,” the 49-year-old actor and gymnasium junkie said on Twitter.

The verse can be featured in a video selling Johnson’s new assortment of activewear in partnership with Under Armour referred to as Outlaw Mana.

Johnson’s latest musical endeavor — as along with his different facet hustles, like his tequila and clothes traces — was well-received by followers in every single place.

“What can Dwayne Johnson not do?” tweeted one fan.

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Johnson’s promo video for his verse on the monitor additionally confirmed his clothes assortment Outlaw Mana, which is a partnership with Under Armour.
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Artist and podcaster Rudy Strong shared the promo video, saying the track “is beyond epic.”

“Tech N9ne and Dwayne the Rock Johnson just put a rap song out together to help sell merch for an Under Armour collab,” a die-hard tweeted. “Yes I will buy.”

Others discovered the hype humorous, cracking jokes about picturing him as his cartoon character Maui within the movie “Moana.”

“Everyone freaking about Dwayne The Rock Johnson on the Tech9 song clearly have never seen Moana where he spit bars in ‘You’re Welcome,’” a Disney fan wrote.

Prior to his present rap trade breakthrough, Johnson has made waves along with his performing in “Moana” and, not too long ago, “Jungle Cruise.” But he’s a jack of all trades: he’s a gymnasium junkie, former WWE fighter, potential political determine and has his personal private ventures as a enterprise man with clothes, power drinks and tequila.

“Face Off” seems on the Tech’s new album “Asin9ne,” out Friday.

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