Jamaican Sprinting Legend Usain Bolt Releases Groovy Song After Successful Entry to the Music World

Published 05/14/2022, 9:00 AM EDT
Formula One F1 – Italian Grand Prix – Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy – September 12, 2021 Usain Bolt is seen on the grid before the race REUTERS/Jennifer Lorenzini

Usain Bolt is one of the most inspirational athletes out there. The Jamaican won eight gold medals at the Olympics, cementing his legacy as the greatest sprinter of all time. But, he is a maestro off the track as the legendary athlete dabbles in the music industry. His first album, “Country Yutes” did well on the charts and rose to the top.

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Now, Bolt is back with a new song that inspires everyone with his new track. Safe to say, it sounds great.

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Usain Bolt releases his new track

Bolt has made his intentions very clear and has not kept his dreams of being a world-famous musician out of the spotlight. After exploring the fascinating world of soccer, the retired sprinter has delved into the world of music; and he keeps progressing, in one way or the other.

Bolt and NJ are back with another song called ‘Winning.’ The ace sprinter posted a story about the same on his Instagram page and filled his social media accounts with photos and videos. The inspirational song motivates people to strive for success, and the fans are just loving it. Just 18 hours after its release on YouTube, the song had over 24 thousand views.

It does not come as a surprise since Bolt’s previous album, Country Yutes, raced to the top of the iTunes reggae chart. It passed Marley’s tribute of ‘Legend: The Best of Bob Marley & The Wailers.’ The songs named ‘Living the Dream’ and ‘It’s a Party’ topped the individual charts. Thus, with these songs, he made his entry into the music industry. 

Bolt aspires to become a global music sensation

While Usain may just be involved in the production part of the music videos, his aspirations certainly are not to stay there. The Jamaican admitted that not only does he want to lead the Jamaican charts but also the international ones.

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Although he is still at the beginning of his career, Bolt is optimistic about future collaborations with pop giants such as Drake, DJ Khaled, and even Jay Z. He is pretty serious about the tracks he makes and says they are just taking their time to get things done.

Just like in track and field, it’s all about working and dedicating their time and effort. While Bolt may have left the tr, he certainly has a lot of “tracks” left in him.

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Naman Gopal Srivastava

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Naman Gopal is a US Sports Writer at EssentiallySports. Naman is an Undergraduate in Journalism and Mass Communication, with a minor’s degree in Cinematography from the Maharashtra Institute of Technology. An ardent fan of basketball and soccer, Naman was once a national level soccer player himself.

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