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Looks like it’s out with “Black Beatles” and in with “Black Magic” in 2017. Since he posted it a week ago, Yung Mavu’s video has garnered over 1.1 million hits on YouTube. Yung Mavu is doing what every artist aspires to do: uniting many people from two different worlds.

For all you diehard Harry Potter fans, the lyrics are genius.com and they’re the type of wit only a Ravenclaw could come up with.

Two of the best ones are: 

“I was a little boy, but now I’m grown

Start it all off with the Philosopher’s Stone

Then I took your girl to the secret chamber

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I made her work her body I call it labor.”


“Shout out to my n*gga Dumbledore

Malfoy tried to kill him, but he a little b*tch

Instead he got killed by the Half-Blood Prince.”

A Malfoy diss track? Hell yes. Wait ’til my father hears about this. 

But who is Yung Mavu, and will he give Young Thug a run for his Galleons? Until now, Yung Mavu has been virtually unknown in the US. Actually, he lives in Sint-Job-in-‘t-Goor, a village in the province of Antwerp, Belgium. He started his YouTube page as a joke in high school, and it now has 28,439 subscribers. Could “Black Magic” be his big break? Or will he pull a real magic trick and disappear on us? Too bad Hermoine’s time-turner can’t fast forward to the future and let us know.

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