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Austin Powers
Austin Powers Title Card.png
Nice Peter as Austin Powers
Character information
Full name Sir Augustine Danger Powers, KBE
Nickname(s) Austin
Mr. Powers
International Man of Mystery
First appearance May 2, 1997
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
Physical description
Hair Brown
Eyes Brown
Based on
Austin Powers Based On.png
Rap battle information
Appeared in James Bond vs Austin Powers
Vs James Bond
Release date June 14, 2016
Official vote(s) TBD
Location(s) Austin Powers' jumbo jet
Psychedelic flower patterns
A psychedelic transition stage
A dance club
Blofeld's volcano lair

Let's just keep it groovy, baby!
— Austin Powers

Austin Powers battled James Bond in James Bond vs Austin Powers. He was portrayed by Nice Peter.

Information on the rapper

Sir Augustine Danger "Austin" Powers, KBE, is a fictional character from the Austin Powers film trilogy, and is created and portrayed by comedian Mike Myers. He is the protagonist of Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997), The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999), and Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002). He is a womanizing, hard-partying British spy embodying the Swinging London mod culture and hippie culture of the 1960s who, with his nemesis Dr. Evil, was frozen in a cryogenics experiment until being eventually awakened in 1997. The series' humor follows his attempts to adjust to the modern world as he continues to try to save it from terrorism. In the final film in the trilogy, he is revealed to be Dr. Evil's twin brother.


[Note: Austin Powers is in dark blue, while James Bond (Sean Connery) is in regular text.]

Verse 1:

You look a lot more blond in your movie, baby.

That's alright. Let's just keep it groovy, baby!

(Yeah!) Basil Exposition told me this would be boring,

But Jesus, man, even my mojo's snoring!

I've never seen such a miserable spy!

I've also never seen a man with glistening thighs!

I mean, you can't shag properly with that waxed tush!

Birds flock to the musk of my chest bush!

(Yeah!) I'll hypnotize you with a little striptease,

And then judo chop; I'm swinging on you like the sixties!

(Yeah!) You're defenseless; my rhymes can't be deflected!

You're like all the sex I've ever had: unprotected!

(Yeah!) People want a hero with a little personality!

No one wants to sit through your gritty reality!

Maybe Q can craft some new plot lines!

You made Thunderball two bloody times!

I'm one of a kind; you're always getting remade!

You can't touch me; double oh, behave!

During James Bond's second verse:

Yeah, that's not mine…

During James Bond's third verse:

(Yeah, um…) Could I get back in my rap, please?

Rap these you velvety hack! Jeez!

Verse 2:

Yeah, to be honest, you are a bit rapey.

I mean, I like to swing, but Dr. No means no, baby.

Scrapped lyrics

Austin Powers:

There's no competition in a battle of best looks.

Your man-scaped ass can't beat my chest bush!

You're too clean; you look like you bleach and wax your tush!

You're like a broken record… groovy baby

I love your outfit baby, that'd go nice with my bed

Especially that shag rug you've got on your head

Is that all, have you had it?

I think Q should have made you a rapping gadget

I'm not impressed by your suit or those groovy shoes

You look like you escaped an episode of Scooby-Doo

I put the "oh, oh" in double 0-0-7, you're all libidos and tuxedos


  • Powers previously battled James Bond at a live ERB concert, in which he was portrayed by EpicLLOYD.[1]
    • He is the second/third rapper who was in an unofficial battle before being in an official one, after Sherlock Holmes and alongside Bond.
    • This also makes him the first unofficial rapper to be portrayed by a different actor before his official battle to be released.
  • He is the sixth rapper to speak during their opponent's verses, after Frank Sinatra, Bruce LeeEbenezer ScroogeKari Byron, and Jamie Hyneman.
  • As originally stated in a YouTube comment from ERB, he was not planned to appear in a rap battle at all, or at least against Bond.[2]
  • Austin Powers would later be visually referenced in Harry Potter vs Luke Skywalker as one of the movies playing in the Movie Theater.