The Harry Potter series introduced us to several magical musicians, like rock band The Weird Sisters and Mrs. Weasley's favourite singer, Celestina Warbeck. But the books and movies have also inspired several real-life musicians, like Yung Mavu: a young wannabe-wizard from Belgium who is killing the rap game without even uttering the words "Avada Kedavra."
The European dancer-turned-rap-wizard transfigured his love of the Harry Potter books into a rap that's more lit than the Goblet of Fire — and with lines like "Saw a girl sitting by the potion bar / She told me she was home alone and we went skrrrt in my flying car" it's no surprise that the song is going viral. The video for "Black Magic (Black Harry Potter)" accumulated over one million YouTube views in less than a week, and is steadily continuing to gain popularity thanks to Facebook posts reaching tens of millions.
While the language in the music video is certainly not for everyone, there's no denying that Yung Mavu would get an "O" on his O.W.L.s if Hogwarts offered a rap class.