EXCLUSIVE: Daisy Ridley Raps and John Boyega Beat Boxes in Hilarious First Look at 'Star Wars: The Force Awake

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Star Wars co-stars Daisy Ridley and John Boyega are not only great friends, they're also hip hop collaborators. Yes, really!

In a first look clip from Target's exclusive Star Wars: The Force Awakens special features, Ridley raps and Boyega beat boxes to lyrics they made up about their time on set.

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"Daisy was just doing like a rap one day, and I said 'You know what? I can make you a big star,'" jokes Boyega, who plays the reformed Storm Trooper Finn in the film. "So we decided to collaborate on a song together." 

The 24-year-old actor proves to be a decent beat boxer as Ridley, 23, drops a few bars.

Ridley, who plays Rey, had a few epic lines, including, "We all up in the desert and we doing Star Wars but because of our diet we can't eat no Mars bars."


Insert crying laughing emoji!

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The rap continues over behind-the-scenes footage of Star Wars cast and crew, including director J.J. Abrams getting down to the funky beat.

The footage is included in the special features on the Target exclusive edition of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens DVD and Blu-Ray, in stores April 5.

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