Sprint legend\ music producer Usain Bolt has recently released his latest musical work entitled Twisted, the song features his longtime friend and music partner NJ. They have worked on dozens of tracks together, making them seem like the perfect duo.
The former sprinter Bolt and musician NJ have made a name for themself in the music industry, scoring their first major success with a song entitled Living The Dream, performed by NJ. Also, Usain has produced tracks for major dancehall acts, including the likes of Vybz Kartel, Christopher Martin, Ding Dong, Dexta Daps and Munga Honorable, among others.
However, his latest musical work, Twisted, is causing a fair bit of controversy online as the track seemingly addresses the current situation the sprint legend has found himself in after being defrauded by the disgraced entity SSL over the years.
In an Instagram post, Bolt posted a part of the song performed by NJ that goes, “first thing first uno get summin wrong, work fi the wul a this wi never scam, nuh waa see country youth rise that’s the plan, mama ever warn me bout the greed of man, we nah fi walk roun and a tuff up wi face, a lip an a trace, nuh copy set pace.”
The post includes a three-way split video of three of the iconic sprinter’s most memorable moments on the track. The post has received a lot of love from fans garnering over 100k likes so far.
The video has been viewed over 1.6 million times within four days of being posted, with a majority of the comments showing support for the sprint legend. The full song has been viewed close to 100k times since being uploaded to his YouTube channel.
See the video below:
Listen to the full song below: