Lewis Hamilton has done something a little different, and were intrigued.
You see, the champion Mercedes driver has made his popstar debut by releasing a song.
Albeit under a pseudonym, the 33-year-old F1 champ has featured on Christina Aguileras latest tune Pipe under the name XNDA.
Its been said the driver had previously worked with the likes of Jay-Z and Kanye West in getting into the music scene way back in 2011 – however this is the first chance the public has got to hear a proper tune.
A source told The Sun: Lewis has teased hints of his vocals online before but this is the first time his voice has been heard on an official song.
Not stopping at lending his pipes on, er Pipe, where he can be heard spitting some raunchy lyrics reportedly with a slight American twang, hes also credited as a co-writer.
Christina made us believe her co-performer was someone big as she teased shed been banned from revealing XNDAs real identity but said she was dying for every one to find out as theyre multi-talented.
Well, now we know.
The 37-year-old singer added: Hes spent years trying to establish his own singing style, but now feels almost ready to launch as an artist.
Perhaps well be seeing more of Lewis and his other talent after Jess Glynne revealed that she had been in the studio with him.
She said recently to The Sun: I do know Lewis, hes cool, hes so lovely. We talk every now and then and hes a really cool guy. I have been in the studio doing some music with him actually.
He loves music and hes a really talented guy in all walks of life. I know hes really into doing his own thing musically though.
And I know when he does release stuff youll be in for a treat. I performed at one of the Formula 1 gigs and thats how we became friends.
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When talking about moving into music, it shouldnt come as much of a surprise as Lewis had previously said: This sport is not what my life is about. When I stop, the sport will go on. I want to go on and be challenged by something else.
Our ears are ready.
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