On the pitch, Erling Haaland is an excellent goal scorer for the Manchester City club and the Norwegian national football team. But few people know that in the past, this striker used to be a young rapper “very much and this”.

For those who love football, Erling Haaland is already a familiar name. The Norwegian player currently plays as a striker for the Manchester City club and the national team. But more than 4 years ago, this talented striker was once a rapper. His former teammate – player Sondre Norheim also shared in an interview: “Erling Haaland can rap! He also has a few videos posted on YouTube.”

If you type the keyword “Flow Kingz” in the YouTube search bar, then “Kygo Jo” will be the top suggested video for viewers. The rap was released in August 2016 with the appearance of Erling Haaland with the group Flow Kingz and his rapper friend Lyng. At that time, the Norwegian player had just turned 16. Sharing in an interview when asked about the name Flow Kingz, the football star said that this is a group of rappers including himself and his friends.

With a duration of 3 minutes and 30 seconds, the MV “Kygo Jo” revolves around a conversation between young friends when talking about their expensive items. Not only the visual part but also the rap part and the sound quality of the product are not too picky and “homemade”. However, this MV is enthusiastically supported by the audience and now has nearly 7.5 million views. Erling Haaland’s official YouTube channel also attracted more than 41,000 subscribers despite only posting the video “Kygo Jo”. If youdon’t fall in love with the pitch, maybe the Norwegian music industry now has another young rapper face of the rap group Flow Kingz.

The article by Erling Haaland shared on Instagram about the Flow Kingz group.

At the end of 2020, Erling Haaland once shared a photo taken with his rap group friends on his personal Instagram and left a curious caption: “Flow Kingz will return?”. But when asked about his plans to return to music in the future, the male player said: “Right now, I’m focusing entirely on football. So I haven’t thought about my plans to return to music yet. But no one knows what will happen in the future.”

By Lylla

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