From football and professional wrestling to acting and entrepreneurship, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Many talented people. Now, he’s dipping his fingers into areas of brand new interest.
He demonstrated another skill with his rap debut on the Tech N9ne track “Face Off,” which was dropped on Friday (Oct. October).
“The goat ch (and humble) gossip with my brothers for my 1st rap song ch TechN9ne heretherealkingiso and #joeycool,” The Rock Tweeted.
The most followed American on social media is The Rock, and even the music video for “Face Off” (featured on Tech N9ne’s new album “ASIN9NE”) is being pumped with iron, as well as ppping. Joey Cool And King Iso. The songs are personal, since he wrote them himself and in a real sense he speaks of his efforts which he does, which has served him well. He is one of the highest paid actors in Hollywood. And yet, some fans of The Rock are questioning whether it’s really rapping on his first music track.
“I love music. Anytime I can apply some musical element to my movies, I always love to do it,” Johnson said. Diversity In an exclusive interview.
“When Tech texted me, I knew I would do it. We came together in terms of our work ethic and aspirations. When Tech and I first met a few years ago on the set of ‘Ballers’, we talked about being the toughest staff in the room. Speaking of ideas, he said something that I really appreciated: basically, ‘there can never be enough food in this room or in this set that can fill me up because I always want to be hungry.’ I just like it, ”Johnson said Diversity.
Watch the music video below.
Was it really his rap debut? Fans who have been smelling what Rock has been cooking for years will prove that his catchphrase “it doesn’t matter” that was said in his wrestling days actually counted as his first stream.
“What about this classic, Wyclef Jean, Stone, Melki Sedek – It doesn’t matter, “he said Twitter user Asked the superstar.
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“It’s The Rock mixing it up with the refugee camps and you get to smell what The Rock is cooking,” he says on the Wyclef Jean track since 2000.
Is The Rock rapping here? Judge for yourself.
While fans are going back and forth between his first track or not, some just don’t care. They just love what he hears and give him a nod and dap to try.