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In the movies he’s battled dinosaurs, aliens, and is about to get stranded in space with Jennifer Lawrence in upcoming movie Passengers. But Chris Pratt has plenty more talents, one of which is a totally hilarious prank where he crops Jennifer Lawrence out of any photos he posts to Instagram from their press tour.

But wait, there is more. Still yet another talent appears to be rapping. It’s not a skill he’s shown off on his current press tour for Passengers but one he revealed a few years back when he was doing an interview with DJ Whoo Kid on his radio show Whoolywood Shuffle.

Although the interview was from 2014 the video has recently resurfaced on Reddit and is definitely worth a revisit. Pratt talks about when Dr. Dre’s 2001 came out it was a time when the actor was living with his buddy in a van in Maui smoking weed everyday and listening to the album.

He then throws down the claim that he knows every word to every song on the album—a bold assertion that doesn’t go unchallenged by one of the hosts who ask him to prove it.

So, without missing a beat, Pratt launches straight into Eminem’s “Forgot About Dre” spittin’ out the lyrics like, well, like someone who smoked loads of weed and listened to the song everyday.

It’s a performance that’s met with laughter, whooping, and general applause from those in the studio. And rightfully so. It’s freaking amazing.

It doesn’t end there though, because someone did the decent thing and synced up Pratt’s rapping with the original backing track. I so need this on my iTunes. Check it below.

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