New TG Host Rory Reid Raps A Rolls-Royce Review

By now, you’ll know that the new cast of Top Gear consists of five well-known automotive figures and one unknown motoring journalist named Rory Reid.

Reid was awarded the prized presenting position after submitting a 30-second audition to the BBC and Chris Evans said he stood out head-and-shoulders above other budding presenters.

While Reid isn’t as famous as the rest of the team, he’s previously written for the likes of CNET. Plus, just like Chris Harris, runs a YouTube channel and does car reviews, though in a different way.

A quick look through Reid’s channel reveals his clear passion for cars and his unique and funny presenting style.

Of all his reviews, the following of the Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II is presented in a most unusual way.

An understatement, that one, for it is… rap-style. Kanye, eat your heart out.


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