R-Truth Hopes To Release His 'Legacy' Album In The Next Three Months

R-Truth has some new music coming.

R-Truth is the most decorated WWE 24/7 Superstar in history and now he wants to bless everyone's ears with some new music.

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Speaking on Peaks and Valleys With TK Trinidad, Truth discussed his upcoming music project.

"I have a project coming out called Legacy. We don't know if it's a project, album, or what. We're still in that planning mode. I have 40 songs done. This pandemic has been a blessing in that I was able to record 40 songs. Now we're trying to strategically figure out how we're going to feed and market this. I have a song about the Bayou on there. I have a rock and metal song. I got a country song. All of it is fire. I'm hoping it'll be released in the next three months. That's what we're banking on," he said.

Truth's entrance theme "What's Up" is one of the most recognizable and catchiest themes in wrestling and he hopes to bring his new music to WWE television with him.

"My music has changed tremendously from music being the reason I'm in the wrestling business to me learning and knowing and having the catchphrases to now, it's not like I came in the business and got this gimmick. I've been doing it since before I started wrestling. Being at the age I'm at, I got some dope ass music and you get a lot of what I've been building up for. You get the raw shit now. I'm hoping [to debut a song on WWE]. Right now, I just want to make enough hits for everyone to recognize," he said.

Truth lost the WWE 24/7 Title to Akira Tozawa on the May 17 episode of WWE Raw.

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