WWE wrestler John Cena laid down two tracks with rapper Wiz Khalifa. Breaks and All Day are featured on the soundtrack for the newly released video game WWE 2K15. The songs don’t have much to do with wrestling but they do tap into the tough guy/gangster attitude. In Breaks, Cena gets to sing this verse: “Drop-head coupe, suicide doors / Arriving like Sinatra, Louis Vuitton floors.” In All Day, John Cena calls out for Wiz and tells him he’s going to help Wiz “reeducate the masses” — about what it means to be an All Day kind of man.
The soundtrack is causing a big music debate among WWE fans. Some like that the WWE is using rap rather than the traditional heavy metal. Some don’t. After watching the lyric video for All Day, Jay2K15 wrote: “you haters need to realize its 2014, the rap game is taking over.” Jonny Ralston writes: “Nahh man post hardcore best music around. Clean ur ears bro.” CM Poop, who probaly works at the UN, wrote: “Guys things could be worse. Bieber couldn’ve been on the track list.”