"Yu-Gi-Oh! Rap" is a song featured on the Yu-Gi-Oh! Invitation to Duelist Kingdom sneak preview VHS promoted by Toys "R" Us. It is performed by Russell Velázquez.
A music video largely based on the rap's use on the tape was included on early home releases of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series. The track was later included as one of the music selections on the Kaiba-themed Mighty Kids Meal CDs offered by McDonalds to promote the Yu-Gi-Oh! Music to Duel By CD soundtrack. As it did not make it onto the full album, this remains the only time this song has received a public release. Unlike Panik, however, it was never utilized for the show and has consequently been relegated to obscurity.
Your move! Better think twice before you choose.
The way I'm playing tonight ain't no way I'm gonna lose!
It's a game, yeah, but it's more than that.
I'm not just watching the score.
What matters is my grandfather's been kidnapped.
Where'd he go? I don't know, I can hear him though!
He's been telling me all sorts of stuff
like believe in myself and that you're not nearly so tough!
You're always strategizing to get the upper hand
confusing us and using us so we're losing
but I won't be satisfying you and your selfish plans!
No, me and my friends, we stick together
taking on whatever you got
no matter how tight the spot.
Double vision? No, it's my dual identity!
Did ya figure out which one's the real me?
Either way it's OK, I'm the last thing you'll see!
And what's with that eye anyway?
I heard you had some sort of King Tut run-in
man you know you're nothing but done in!
Your lack of morality and messed up mentality
I'll take you down here or in virtual reality!
Sure, you've got hundreds of monsters and cards to your name
but when it comes to my turn,
I'm the king of the game!