Grant Kirkhope apologises for the Donkey Kong 64 rap while celebrating the 40th anniversary

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Renowned video game music composer, Grant Kirkhope, who has scored the soundtracks for the Donkey Kong Country series and more recently the upcoming Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, amongst others has recently apologised to all the Donkey Kong fans out there for the legendary but cringey DK Rap in Donkey Kong 64 for the classic Nintendo 64 platform. Mr. Kirkhope also said on Twitter that he wishes the great ape a happy 40th birthday and that he is honoured to have played a part in the franchises history when he working at Rare.

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