Michael Bolton is famous for his world-class pipes, but during the latest episode of Paramount Network's LL Cool J and Chrissy Teigen-hosted Lip Sync Battle, we see the crooner's lip sync skills put to the test.

In this particular episode, the singer lip syncs Coolio's classic 1995 single, "Gangsta's Paradise." While it's Coolio's song, the crooner whose vocals originally graced the track goes by the name of L.V., and Bolton delivers some expressive faces and flips the serious vibe of the track into something more comical.

For his version, Bolton stands in a "hip-hop" pose as a few peeps surround him. One person does some pull-ups, while a couple of women simply surround him. A moment later he takes a knee and theatrically motions his arm up and down as if he's working a crowd. All in all, it's pretty damn funny, and it looks like Bolton's opponent, who is comedian Pete Davidson, is facing some serious competition. It's unclear which track Davidson himself will be delivering.

In another somewhat recent episode of Lip Sync Battle, Lonzo Ball battled his father LaVar while lip syncing Migos' "Bad and Boujee." That was an epic moment, and this one should be pretty dope, too.

You can check out the latest edition of Lip Sync Battle when Paramount Network airs it on Thurs., March 22 at 10:00 p.m. EST/PST.

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