The Rock makes his rap return on TechN9ne’s new song

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is one of several guest artists featured in rapper Tech N9ne’s new song “Face Off.”

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is no stranger to hip-hop, and now the hottest man in all entertainment has returned to the rap scene.

Johnson is one of the many performers in Tech N9ne’s new song “Face Off” from the album ASIN9NE, with its verse starting just before the three minutes.

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“One take,” Johnson told… Variety. “I was drinking Teremana, so I was already a little relieved and ready to go. We sent it to Tech and his engineers and the text I got back from Tech, in capital letters, was ‘Fuck yes!!!!'”

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“I never aspired to be a hip-hop artist or rapper, so the immediate answer is no,” Johnson added whether music is a big part of his future. “But I saw an opportunity here to make a song that really inspired and motivated me to go for more and fight for more. I’ve always loved music. I love hip-hop and blues and outlaw country music. song is good and if the collaboration feels real and authentic I would love that I would love to do a rerun with Tech N9ne and Strange Music If I had the chance to collaborate with another artist out there – hip hop artists, blues artists, outlaw country artists – then let’s talk and let’s figure it out If I could rap about the right words that feel real and authentic to me then I’ll be happy to bust out that Teremana, take a few big gulps and jumping back into the studio.”

This isn’t the first time The Rock has delved into the world of hip-hop. The last issue of 2001 WWF The Music, Vol. 5 was “Pie”, performed by The Rock with Slick Rick and co-written by Ricky Waters and Brian Gewirtz. Containing questionable and offensive lyrics by modern standards, the song used both rap and spoken word while The Rock brought to life the decidedly mature “pie” aspect of its pro-wrestling gimmick.

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In more recent years, Johnson’s rap experience has contributed to his immense success as a movie star. In 2016 moanaThe Rock’s lyrics for the hit song “You’re Welcome” feature several raps, which he channeled in a viral 2020 video while teaching one of his daughters how to wash her hands properly to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. 19 pandemic.

source: youtube, Variety

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