NBA superstar Stephen Curry has lived out his dream of appearing in a rap video.
The Golden State Warriors guard, 35, stars in Tobe Nwigwe’s new single Lil Fish, Big Pond.
Curry has long harbored rap ambitions and infamously fired out a four-bar verse for an I Love College remix in 2009.
Almost 15 years on, the four-time NBA champion is back in the game on Nwigwe’s fresh track.
The Warriors legend appeared to take a 30-second verse in the song, which is about his rise in the NBA.
Donning a fishing hat and holding a rod, Curry bowed his head for the start of the song as the camera panned in.
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He then revealed his identity, crashing straight into the hook as he lip-synced along to the song’s catchy chorus.
The music video has since gone viral, being viewed over 685,000 times on Twitter alone.
One fan responded to the clip: “Nah you can actually rap.”
Another said: “Congrats GOAT, Keep Breaking Barriers.”
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While a third added: Great video. Song goes hard. Great work.”
Curry has recently been the subject of an Apple TV documentary named Underrated.
Lil Fish, Big Pond was taken from the soundtrack to the show, which follows Curry’s journey from Akron to the big leagues.
A two-time MVP, Curry is renowned for his three-point shooting and was the No. 7 overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft.
Across his Golden State career, he’s averaged 24.6 per game and has field goal percentage of .475.