‘Game of Thrones’ Kids Prep For Season 3 With Westeros Hip Hop — VIDEO

Arya Raps For Game of Thrones

All we want is a teeny tiny sneak peek at what’s coming on Season 3 of Game of Thrones. Is that too much? Okay, it is asking a lot.

As a consolation prize, HBO gathered the Stark kids ‘round a microphone once more to record a rap version of the series’ infectious theme song — a bit of a companion piece to last year’s giggle-fest and sing-a-long. Sophie Turner (Sansa), Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran), and Maisie Williams (Arya) take their best shot at freestyling to the opening credits — and by best, we mean they “Uhh” and “Yeah” like champs. If anything, the rap is a true testament to their observational skills.

It’s probably a good thing their jobs are pretty secure at HBO, because not a single one of them has a shot at rivaling a successful rapper. I’m pretty sure they couldn’t even keep up with Mel C.’s “rap” section of “Wannabe.”

Game of Thrones returns to HBO March 31.

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