Michael Cera Is the New Male Beyoncé, Drops Surprise Music Album

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We've seen Michael Cera strum a guitar in Juno and show off his musical talents before, but we were still kinda surprised when he dropped a surprise indie album.

The funny guy debuted his 18-track True That album August 8th, which features mostly instrumental songs that have a folk sound to them. It flew under the radar for a few days, but when his pal and Superbad co-star Jonah Hill posted a link to the site via Twitter, Michael's album made headlines.

"My great friend Michael Cera not only is a brilliant actor, he also makes great music. Check it out," he tweeted, tweeting a link to Michael's Band Camp site.

On the page, Michael only has a small bio, which says "Michael Cera was born in Canada in 1988 at the tender age of zero," along with a snap of himself making a little girl laugh.

This isn't his first time dabbling in the music scene, though. The actor was previously featured as a backing singer for Weezer's "Hang On," according to Digital Spy, and previously toured with band Mister Heavenly, filling in when they needed a bassist, BuzzFeed reported.

He also was in a band called the Long Goodbye with his Clark and Michael co-star Clark Duke.

Are you loving Michael's album? Check it out in the above clip and tell us what you think!
Michael Cera Releases Surprise Album And It's Actually Pretty Good

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