Prince Harry records rap at Nottingham youth centre

By Drum Digital
23 May 2014

Britain's Prince Harry tried his hand at rapping on Thursday.

Prince Harry reportedly recorded some raps and songs with kids during a surprise visit to the Russell Youth Club in St Ann's, Nottingham.

The fun-loving royal made a surprise visit to the Russell Youth Club in St Ann's, Nottingham, to make music with local youngsters.

The visit came as a shock since staff at the club's Community Recording Studios were scheduled to meet with representatives from the prince's Royal Foundation and weren't expecting Harry to turn up in person, the Nottingham Post is reporting.

The 29-year-old star reportedly got stuck in and had fun with the kids recording raps and belting out songs in the studio.

A Kensington Palace spokesperson confirmed the visit had been a private affair.

This was the second time Harry had visited the youth centre, which has received financial backing from the Royal Foundation to help with its projects.

After meeting with the prince last year, a youngster said: "He was actually really, really nice. I didn't expect him to be like that. I expected him to be all proper, but he was just normal."

Harry set up the Royal Foundation alongside his brother Prince William and his sister-in-law Duchess Catherine in September 2009 as the main vehicle for their philanthropic activities, with a special focus on helping the Armed Forces, young people and conservation.

-Bang Showbiz

Find Love!