John Cena Recalls Recording Unreleased Rap Songs For WWE

9 months ago by Taylor Sanchez

John Cena Recalls Recording Unreleased Rap Songs For WWE

John Cena has recalled the production process of his ‘You Can’t See Me’ album, revealing how many tracks were originally recorded.

Speaking with Buzzfeed, Cena recalled his early WWE career, before he became the ‘rap guy’. The 16-time World Champion discussed production of his iconic ‘My Time Is Now’ theme music, stating that he recorded 85 tracks in total.

Explaining why he chose ‘My Time Is Now’, Cena said:

“We were in production for new theme music for the John Cena rap identity, so we recorded about like 85 songs, and keep in mind their are only like 16 on the ‘You Can’t See Me’ album and I remember hearing this one beat, and it was that beat for ‘My Time Is Now’ – the build to the crescendo, and the horns, and the brass, and that heavy hit of the bass, like it had everything.

“We would always use my little brother as kind of our Litmus Test because he was a really harsh critic, and if he enjoyed it, I knew we were OK, and I remembered him just going like this (You Can’t See Me gesture), and like, getting lost in it, and I think he was doing what was, I think, the Tony Yayo Dance at the time, where Tony Yayo would do this hand in front of his face and shake his head, and I was like, ‘Dude, what are you doing?’ It was ridiculous. And he’s like, ‘I’m doing the Yayo Dance.

Cena last wrestled at SummerSlam in August, unsuccessfully challenging for Roman Reigns’ Universal Championship.

Quote Via WrestlingInc

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