We all know Tammy Abraham is lethal inside the box, but we didn't know he had a voice of an angle.
The 19-year-old burst onto the footballing scene last season following his heroics at Ashton Gate. Abraham bagged an impressive 23 league goals - only bettered by Newcastle's Dwight Gayle - as he single-handedly kept Bristol City in the Championship.
He returned to Chelsea at the end of the season, and is back out on loan after signing a new contract with his parent club. A prolific season in England's second tier prompted a move to the Premier League.
Chelsea have sent out their budding striker to Swansea City, and he's already made his mark without even kicking a ball.
Abraham wowed his teammates and coaching staff after performing an incredible initiation song. He hollered out the classic 'End of the Road' by Boyz II Men.
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Abraham, front and center of his new colleagues, stunned the crowd who was rightly cheered and applauded for his brilliant effort.
They even clamoured for an encore as they chanted 'we want more' while banging the table.
Abraham wheels away in celebration after scoring a goal for City. Image: PA
Abraham's season was extended as he represented the under-21's in the European Championships. Image: PA
Initiation songs have become a customary gig for new players. And while it's normally half-assed, Abraham has given an incredible rendition of the tune.
The England under-21 international is on pre-season tour with his new club in America as he prepares himself for a campaign in the Premier League.
But back to his initiation song - Take a bow, Tammy lad. Take a bow.