posted at 19:50
Author: Brian Anthony Hernandez
This Harry Potter Rap Is For Muggles Wishing Quidditch Was a Real Sport
"Just because you're flying on the ground doesn't mean it isn't fun at all, doesn't mean it isn't fun at all. No, and foreheads ain't the only place you can get scars that make you special," Sebastian Milla raps at the end of his Harry Potter-themed song. His "Snitches and Seekers" rap, featured in the just-released Mudbloods documentary, is about the fictional international sporting event called Quidditch, which students on campuses everywhere have turned into a real-life club sport with brooms. Milla, a 2013 graduate of University of California, Los Angeles, penned the rap when he was a member - a chaser to be exact - of UCLA's Quidditch team. Mudbloods, released Oct. 14 on demand, follows UCLA's team as they compete for glory in the Fifth Annual Quidditch World Cup. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.

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