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Entertainment Weekly


Listen to Tom Hardy's unearthed 1999 mixtape now

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Later this year, Tom Hardy will suit up as Venom. But in 1999, he was spitting hot fire.

An unfinished mixtape from the Dunkirk star’s past has hit the internet — and it’s not bad. Going by the rap name Tommy No. 1, Hardy previously recorded “Falling on your Arse in 1999,” which was recently uploaded by Ed Tracy, the album’s producer, who went by the DJ name Eddie Too Tall.

The 18-track album includes interesting titled songs, like “Rusty Sheriff’s Badge,” “Dr. Livingstoned,” and “Rotten C—suckers Ball.”

Listen to Hardy’s flow below.