The Tremendous Mario Bros. Film will feature the legendary DK Rap from Donkey Kong 64, which Seth Rogen has described as "objectively, one of many worst rap songs of all time."
Rogen, who plays Donkey Kong in Mario Bros. 3's The Tremendous Film, appeared on the film's official Twitter to offer some new information and react to seeing the unique DK Rap from the opening of 1999's Donkey Kong 64.
Rogen also confirmed that his rendition of Donkey Kong will be released with the DK Rap in the film sooner than he can refer to it as "one of the finest rap songs of all time." Nevertheless, he finds further flaws in the tune as it continues and gives it a "10/10 bananas" score on the finish.
Grant Kirkhope, the man responsible for Donkey Kong 64 and the person responsible for the DK Rap, responded to the video in the best possible ways.
“If you had told me in 97, after I wrote the worst rap monitor within the historical past of rap tracks, that it might go on to be featured in a Mario Bros film, I might have burst with joy!” Kirkhope wrote.
The Tremendous Mario Bros. Film will be released in cinemas on April 5, 2023.
Try Rogen's comments on why he'd be "excited" to reprise his role as Donkey Kong after this film, Keegan-Michael Key's comments on how he maintained Toad's high-pitched voice throughout the film.
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