The 56-year old health secretary is keen to win back support for his floundering NHS reforms after a video mocking him attracted national media coverage and a place in the charts.
It is thought Mr Lansley has enlisted the help of Liberal Democrat MP Norman Lamb - whose son Archie is a respected grime producer - to create a similar rap in support of the reforms.
Senior civil servants claim Mr Lansley was recently seen ‘sheepishly dancing in a gold tracksuit’ with a small film crew outside his parliamentary office.
Key lyrics are said to include: ‘(Yo) I want to improve every hospital facility / The Bill that I’ve put forward will increase accountability / All you silly doctors, who doubt my credibility / This Bill will put patients at the heart of the NHS not just as beneficiaries of care but as participants in shared decision-making.’
A DoH spokesman confirmed Mr Lansley would be ‘issuing a clear statement on the need for reform over a fat hip-hop beat'.
Mr Lansley's Rap Riposte is due out on 1 April.