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Jay-Z wrote “Buggin’” the Bugs Bunny rap at the end of Space Jam

Shawn Carter Aka Jay-Z in his Reasonable Doubt-era ghost-wrote the Space Jam soundtrack’s last song, Bugs Bunny’s song “Buggin’.” first appeared on the soundtrack which released on November 12, 1996 when he was featured on R. Kelly’s “All My Days” with Changing Faces, but little do people know Jay Z wrote Bugs Bunny’s lyrics on “Buggin’.”

The Space Jam soundtrack also included ’s smash hit “I Believe I Can Fly” which was first released on the soundtrack and Seal’s cover of the Steve Miller Band “Fly Like an Eagle.” The Space Jam soundtrack peaked at No. 2 on the U.S. 200 chart.

The 14 song soundtrack also featured Salt-N-Pepa, Coolio, Seal, Biz Markie, Monica, Method Man, LL Cool J and more.

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“Like Trump’s wife, up to my ears in carats, Not even the barber can fade the rabbit.”

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