Olympic Legend Usain Bolt Teases Vocal Involvement in Next Big Music Project

Published 08/20/2021, 7:55 AM EDT


Usain Bolt has kept not kept his interest a secret over the years since his retirement and has been living alternate lives to the fullest. After calling it on a very successful track career, the Jamaican moved into soccer and had a brief stint there before moving on to other areas. 

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His most recent endeavor is music, and Bolt seems keen on making an impact on this industry, having already released tracks. The eight-time Olympic gold medallist saw success with his new song ‘It’s a Party’, in which he collaborated with NJ. The track took the apple music charts by storm and Bolt wants to use the momentum to move forward.

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In most of his tracks, the Jamaican has not expressed his vocal skills. He has played an integral part in production but we have not come close to hearing him sing. This may soon change however according to a hint on the star’s Twitter handle. 

Usain Bolt posted a picture of him on the microphone in what appears to be a recording session. This could mean that we may finally get to hear him sing in the next track, which will undoubtedly draw a lot of attention. 

Usain Bolt has turned down the idea of a track return

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At 34 years of age, fans have urged Bolt to make a return to the tracks for a final Olympic Games. However, the man who dominated the 100m and 200m events for over a decade has decided not to turn back. His decision can be attributed to the hamstring injury that plagued the tail end of his career. 

Bolt has admitted to wanting to return, but the strenuous training to get back to his peak form convinced him otherwise. He has since entertained the other aspects of life and has truly spent time doing as he pleases.

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When it comes to music, Bolt wishes to reach the international level. He has also expressed his desire to collaborate with Jay Z, DJ Khaled, and Drake in the future but will focus on building up to that point for now. 

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