Dwayne Johnson is clearly a man of many talents.
On Wednesday night, the actor released a behind-the-scenes video of himself singing for the upcoming animated film Moana. In the minute-long clip, Johnson sings “You’re Welcome,” a song penned by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Our review: he sounds good – really good.
For his part, Miranda also seems to be impressed with Johnson’s pipes. “He went at it with everything he had,” he says in the video. (Of course he did. He’s the Rock.) Check out the video below.
Easily one of the BEST times I've ever had in my career was singing and recording our song written by the Broadway musical genius himself, Lin Manuel Miranda. Can't wait for you guys to see the film and hear the song in its entirety. So much fun. And yes, that's Lin conducting me as I lay down bars for my rap portion of the song. When world's collide..💥💫#Moana #YoureWelcome 🎤🌊🎶
In a Tweet to PEOPLE on Wendesday night, Johnson, 44, described his voice as “honey coated gravel,” which is actually really accurate.
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In Moana, the titular character Moana (Auli’i Cravalho) tracks down a fallen demigod named Maui (Johnson), in order to go on a quest and save her people from a “great danger” that threatens the peaceful island she calls home.
“Maui’s got a tremendous voice,” Johnson says. “I got a little bit of that.”
Moana hits theaters on November 23.