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Tom Hardy Has A 90s Mixtape That Isn’t Actually All That Bad

Check out Tom Hardy’s mixtape!

Who knew that the famous English actor, Tom Hardy, was also a rapper? In the 90s, it seems as though he fancied himself a career in rapping. 2018 has seen the emergence of his mixtape from back in the day.

‘Tommy No1’ and ‘Eddie Too Tall’ have finally got their time to shine, thanks to Tom Hardy’s established career in acting putting the old mixtape into the limelight. We may know him best for his acting for now, but maybe there will be a turn in Hardy’s career!

This is what Tom Hardy himself had to say about the mixtape:

“I started out rapping when I was 14 or 15. Because I come from a nice middle-class neighbourhood it was a very hard sell. And I wasn’t very good!

I’ve recorded loads of stuff but it’s never been released.

I’ve got albums, man. My best friend Peanut, he grew up in the south Bronx. He’s a very good MC and we still play. It’ll come out in a film one day, it’ll come out in a character somewhere.”

Teenage Tom Hardy’s mixtape has received some pretty good reviews. Everyone seems to be shocked that Tom Hardy could get any more talented. Who knows what will come out next … maybe he’s a professional dancer too?

Listen to Tom Hardy’s mixtape here!

As if Tom Hardy wasn’t cool enough already! His mixtape has gained so much attention, but does it match up to his acting? For more on Tom Hardy’s past, check out Tom Hardy Celebrates 39th Birthday With Awful MySpace Pictures.

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