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Watch Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, and Kevin Hart Improvise a JUMANJI Rap

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle won’t simply pay homage to the original 1995 Robin Williams film; it will celebrate the time period the first movie was released, packing tight with goofy humor and classic video game tropes. Unfortunately, there is one bygone cinematic staple from the era that isn’t included in the movie that we really wish had made the cut: a ’90s-style end credits rap song. Don’t worry, though, because we asked Dwayne “The Rock” JohnsonJack Black, and Kevin Hart to improvise one for us, and they more than delivered with the soon-to-be hit track “Welcome to the Jungle, Bitches!”

Our senior editor Dan Casey asked the trio if they could atone for the film’s oversight and come up with a song to play after the movie, so The Rock came up with a very ’90s sounding title, Jack Black laid down a beat, and Kevin Hart rose to the occasion with some vintage-style rhymes. Although if he’d really been doing this sort of thing on set the whole time, why didn’t someone from the movie already think to record a song for the movie’s end? Does the studio not like platinum records too?

As for Jack Black, who knows a little something about great end credits rap songs, we’re going to go ahead and say his second verse will go on the B-side. Which is another way to pay tribute to a bygone era when “B-Sides” were a thing.

What do you think is the best end credits movie song of all time? Spit some sick lyrics in our comments section below with your favorite track.

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