WWE announced “That’z Endurance”, R-Truth’s newly released single, reached 100,000 streams, with a new YouTube video released to boot.
R-Truth might be the hardest working wrestler, right now. Not only is the talented former U.S. Champion killing it as Carmella’s sidekick, but he’s currently the resident rap scene crossover.
WWE announced that R-Truth’s newly released single, “That’z Endurance”, has officially reached over 100,000 streams on Spotify, making him the biggest WWE star in rap since John Cena handed it to The Rock in 2011 with his Thuganomics.
The single’s release marks the first since R-Truth’s album “KillingIt” dropped in 2016. The song, like most of the songs on the album, talks about his time away from the ring, the strength it took to return, and his triumphant return from injury.
The track also features Mannish Mania, an R&B singer from Atlanta, who boasts on his Facebook page that he’s “known for enticing, sexy, energized, non-stop keep the crowd moving music and performances.”
R-Truth tweeted out a recently made available music video of the single on YouTube.
I recently Shared my newly released single “ Thatz Endurance “ 2 months ago and WE have reached 100k streams!!
Thank you 🙏🏾 Let’s push for 1million!! Now I’m sharing the music video for Thatz Endurance on YouTube. Feel free to comment and share!! https://t.co/tNMKIpTyhN pic.twitter.com/oy8ZUHSoXe
— WWE R-Truth (@RonKillings) November 23, 2018
The track was released over two months ago, and the video was released a few weeks ago. R-Truth went to Twitter to hype the track and album, back in May.
Coming Soon! pic.twitter.com/xjk6vuMtab
— WWE R-Truth (@RonKillings) May 17, 2018
There’s not telling if R-Truth will be able to make it big in the rap game, but he’ll always have his backup as comedy gold for all of the WWE Universe.
Watch R-Truth and Carmella face Jeff Hardy and Charlotte Flair in the quarterfinals of the WWE Mixed Match Challenge 2, on Facebook Watch, Tuesday, Dec. 4 immediately following SmackDown Live.