The 25-year-old has impressed on lookers with memorable performances such as the 3-3 draw against Liverpool last season and his game winning goal last weekend at Everton.
The rapper has spoke before about his passion for rap when interviewed by the BBC on Football Focus. The Wembley born winger has kept a relatively low profile in the music industry making personal videos for his twitter and instagram followers using a hand held camera. However, after recently publicly calling out former Manchester City, Southampton and Charlton striker Bradley Wright-Phillips for a rap battle the Eagle's winger has turned heads.
Bolasie made a tongue and cheek comment about Bradley's footballing talent while playing in England before departing for New York Red Bulls in Major League Soccer.
Fans of both players are now waiting for a reply from Bradley Wright-Phillips as it seems school ground banter never really dies.