Remember back in the day when Victoria Beckham used to model for Roc-A-Wear? Well it turns out the former Posh Spice and hot wife of soccer star David Beckham was also testing her rhyme skills. Apparently she recorded a rap album and it's finally here.

With the assistance of Dame Dash, Beckham reportedly recorded a hip-hop album in New York in 2003 but it was tossed before it ever had a release date. But more than a decade later Come Together is now available thanks to a sale of the demo tape on eBay.

Apparently someone purchased the demo disc and is possibly publishing the songs on YouTube for the world to hear. Beckham is not the Spice Girl fans were used to hearing. Her inner swag radiates on songs like "Bad Boy." The album also features never before heard unlikely collaborations with Ol' Dirty Bastard (listen to "That Dude" above) and Brooklyn's own M.O.P.

Of course O.D.B. and M.O.P. are right on point with bars, but we must admit it sounds a little weird to hear Victoria spitting her off-tone lines right along with them. Come Together is reportedly one of two shelved Beckham projects. She also completed an LP called Open Your Eyes. It was also scrapped due to the disappointing sales of her 2001 self-titled debut, according to NME.

Listen to more of Victoria Beckham's Dame Dash produced hip-hop album Come Together below.

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