We all knew he could act, but Daniel Radcliffe has just added ‘rapping superstar’ to his resume. 

Appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, the Harry Potter star has proven he might just be a wizard after all, bringing the house down with his rendition of Blackalicious’ “Alphabet Olympics.”

The 25-year-old revealed that learning the lyrics to rap songs was a passion of his, sharing that the first song he learned was Eminem’s hit, Slim Shady.

“I’ve always had an obsession with memorising complicated and intricate fast songs. It’s a disease.”

Check out Daniel’s incredible rapping skills in the video below:

Do you have a hidden talent? We’d love to know what it is!

Main image courtesy of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
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  • Good on him, well done, cheers.


  • I reckon i could rap that if i didn’t get so tongue tied lol ;)


  • That is so cool! Go Harry Potter!


  • yeah although i have never been a fan of this guy lol he can rap


  • Took another look at this; so enjoyable.


  • This is great. Cannot say I have any hidden talents.


  • i love this clip i have watched it so many times what a talented man he is


  • Thanks; that was fabulous! Such an incredible memory and brilliant under pressure. Go Harry Potter!


  • I was not expecting that.


  • He’s great I cannot stop watching it so good


  • I saw this and just laughed. Jimmy Fallon seems to get celebrities to do just about anything. If the acting thing doesn’t work out Daniel Radcliffe, he might have a fall back career in the music business….


  • What a remarkable talent Daniel has, great rhythm too.


  • I love to draw and tge colours are great


  • That is cool! Very talented!


  • Such a talented guy and still so young!


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