Arnold Schwarzenegger tries RAPPING in & # 39; motivational & # 39; songs

& # 39; Pump it up & # 39 ;, Arnie! Schwarzenegger RAPS in & # 39; motivational & # 39; song celebrates his life and career, complete with references to his famous Terminator keywords & # 39; I'll be back & # 39; and & # 39; Hasta la vista, baby & # 39;

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger tried to record his hand in a new song with the Austrian singer Andreas Gabalier
  • The duet, entitled Pump It Up, is an inspiring message about motivation and achieving goals
  • Schwarzenegger raps motivational rules about never giving up and working hard
  • The 71-year-old also throws his famous Terminator catch expressions in: & # 39; I & # 39; ll be back & # 39; and & # 39; Hasta la vista, baby & # 39;
  • The video clip posted this weekend already has 650,000 views on YouTube
  • The video also shows Schwarzenegger-pumping iron in the gym, cycling around Los Angeles and old bodybuilder clips in his youth
  • The actor and the former California governor are running a long-term promotion campaign for the new Terminator movie Dark Fate, to be released in November
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Arnold Schwarzenegger has added a new performance to his already impressive resume – a rapper.

The 71-year-old film star and former California governor has recently recorded a duet with Austrian singer Andreas Gabalier, who is celebrating his life and career.

The tune, Pump It Up, lets Schwarzenegger rap with motivational rules about hard work, and threw some of his famous Terminator key phrases & # 39; I & # 39; ll be back & # 39; and & # 39; hasta la vista, baby & # 39 ;.

Posted over the weekend, the video clip has already been viewed 650,000 times on YouTube and lets Arnie pump in the gym, cycle through Los Angeles with Gabalier and old bodybuilder clips.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger tried to record his hand in a new song with the Austrian singer Andreas Gabalier

Arnold Schwarzenegger tried to record his hand in a new song with the Austrian singer Andreas Gabalier

Posted on the weekend, the video clip has already viewed 650,000 times on YouTube and lets Arnie pump in the gym, cycle through Los Angeles with Gabalier (photo)

Posted on the weekend, the video clip has already viewed 650,000 times on YouTube and lets Arnie pump in the gym, cycle through Los Angeles with Gabalier (photo)

Posted on the weekend, the video clip has already viewed 650,000 times on YouTube and lets Arnie pump in the gym, cycle through Los Angeles with Gabalier (photo)

The song starts with the singing and raping of Gabalier in English before Schwarzenegger takes the lead. He raps: & # 39; Hey, I'm Arnold Schwarzenegger and I listen carefully. Dig deep and ask yourself, who do you want to become & # 39;

The song starts with the singing and raping of Gabalier in English before Schwarzenegger takes the lead. He raps: & # 39; Hey, I'm Arnold Schwarzenegger and I listen carefully. Dig deep and ask yourself, who do you want to become & # 39;

He raps: & # 39; Not what, but who - if you believe that success will come to you. Work like a h ***, trust yourself and all your dreams will come true. Break some rules, knock on the wall, don't be afraid to fail & # 39;

He raps: & # 39; Not what, but who - if you believe that success will come to you. Work like a h ***, trust yourself and all your dreams will come true. Break some rules, knock on the wall, don't be afraid to fail & # 39;

The song starts with the singing and raping of Gabalier in English before Schwarzenegger takes the lead. He raps: & # 39; Hey, I'm Arnold Schwarzenegger and I listen carefully. Dig deep and ask yourself, who do you want to become & # 39;

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The almost five-minute track tells Schwarzenegger & # 39; s rise from a bodybuilder to one of Hollywood & # 39; s biggest names.

The duet is an inspiring message about motivation and achieving goals.

It starts with Gabalier singing and rapping in English before Schwarzenegger takes the lead.

Schwarzenegger grins at the camera and raps: & # 39; Hey, I am Arnold Schwarzenegger and listen carefully.

& # 39; Dig deep and ask yourself, who do you want to be.

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& # 39; Not what, but who – if you believe that success will come to you. Work like a h ***, trust yourself and all your dreams will come true.

& # 39; Break some rules, knock on the wall, don't be afraid to fail. You have to think outside the box, I say no pain no gain.

& # 39; I don't want to hear that it's not possible, always give something back. & # 39;

Arnie sees the video pumping in the gym, singing in the recording studio, cycling through Brentwood and having fun together

Arnie sees the video pumping in the gym, singing in the recording studio, cycling through Brentwood and having fun together

Arnie sees the video pumping in the gym, singing in the recording studio, cycling through Brentwood and having fun together

The tune, Pump It Up, shows the former bodybuilder rapping motivational rules, and names his famous Terminator catch phrases as & # 39; I & # 39; ll be back & # 39; and & # 39; Hasta la vista, baby & # 39;
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The tune, Pump It Up, shows the former bodybuilder rapping motivational rules, and names his famous Terminator catch phrases as & # 39; I & # 39; ll be back & # 39; and & # 39; Hasta la vista, baby & # 39;

Pictured: Schwarzenegger flexes his muscles in 1966

Pictured: Schwarzenegger flexes his muscles in 1966

The song, Pump It Up, shows the former bodybuilder how he breaks down motivating rules about hard work, and calls his Terminator catch sentences & # 39; I & # 39; ll be back & # 39; and & # 39; Hasta la vista, baby & # 39 ;. Pictured: Schwarzenegger in The Terminator (left) and bow in 1966

He ends with: & # 39; My name is Arnold Schwarzenegger and I'll be right back. & # 39;

The video clip shows Gabalier and Schwarzenegger visiting the actor's famous LA venues in Santa Monica and Brentwood.

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Then the video sees Arnie pumping in the legendary Gold & # 39; s Gym, singing in the recording studio, cycling through Brentwood and having fun together.

Schwarzenegger is seen showing off his biceps and doing impressive lifts.

The actor and former governor of California is running a long-term promotion campaign for the new Terminator movie Dark Fate, which will be released in November.

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