Harry Potter's Tom Felton planning N-Dubz inspired hip hop career

Actor, who plays Draco Malfoy, wants to 'get into the grime rap scene'

Harry Potter's Tom Felton planning N-Dubz inspired hip hop career

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Harry Potter's Draco Malfoy is reportedly planning to launch a career as a hip hop artist, inspired by N-Dubz's Dappy.

Actor Tom Felton, 23, who played Harry’s nemesis in the smash hit films, has revealed that he's clinched a record deal with an independent label.

He told The Sun: "I was thinking of doing some N-Dubz-style stuff. I am looking to get into the grime rap UK scene. I'm going to change my image - backward caps, the lot."

He addd that he is taking inspiration from the N-Dubz mainman, but that he couldn't reveal too many details about his future plans, saying: "It's still under wraps so I can't really talk about it."

The would-be artist is already a keen musician but insisted he would not be giving up his acting career any time soon.

Felton was speaking before the launch of the last film in the Harry Potter franchise, Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part Two, which opens at cinemas nationwide on Friday.

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