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Big Boi Debuts 'Mother of Dragon' From 'Game of Thrones' Rap Album

March 7, 2014 (9:13 am) GMT
The rapper, who has admitted to being a huge fan of the HBO show, sings about his favorite character Khaleesi in the new track.
Big Boi Debuts 'Mother of Dragon' From 'Game of Thrones' Rap Album

has been confirmed as one of the musicians who have contributed to "Catch the Throne". On Thursday, March 6, the member of rap duo gave fans the first listen to his new song that will be featured in the rap album inspired by HBO's hit show "".

Titled "Mother of Dragon", the track is an ode to Big Boi's favorite character from the show Khaleesi. It features the star rapping lines like "Like the rehab on my knee/ It won't be that much longer/ Before Khaleesi take the Iron Throne" and "F**k the Lannisters and everyone ridin' with 'em."

"Khaleesi, the Mother of Dragons is one of my favorite characters," Big Boi, a big fan of the medieval fantasy series, told Vibe. "The throne actually belongs to her and to see her plight to get back on top to where she belongs has been the thing. Last season ended with the Red Wedding when the Lannisters knocked everybody off... like said, it's the season to get the big payback."

"Mother of Dragon", along with other "Game of Thrones"-themed songs by the likes of , and , will be featured in "Catch of Throne" that is set to arrive on Friday, March 7.

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