‘Music is only part of me’: Usain Bolt ‘working on secret second album’ after retiring from sprinting and giving up on dream of becoming a professional footballer
Usain Bolt working on a secret second album, after retiring from sprinting and a short-lived attempt to become a footballer.
The eight-time Olympic gold medalist, 35, is fully turned to music and working as a result of her album Country Yutes, released in September, The sun reports.
Speaking to the publication, he said: “Music is a part of me during the confinement I was not much so I thought I would take the opportunity to get into music since. it’s something I love to do.
Race course on music tracks: Usain Bolt working on a secret second album, after retiring from sports
“For me, the album we made was just to show people we were serious. When we started people thought I was kidding and bored of doing nothing, but I wanted to let them know. that I was serious.
“I wanted to do a proper job and broadcast. Now that we have done, people are looking to work with us, so I’ll do a lot more this year.
Usain also added that he wanted to work with other artists in the UK and had already contacted several of them.
The first disc of the father of three children helped give him his first Top 10 Billboard in their reggae album charts.
New album: The Sun reports that the eight-time Olympic gold medalist, 35, has turned fully into music, and is working on a sequel to his album Country Yutes, released last September
He also previously produced three EP dancehall in 2019, including Immortal Riddim Riddim and Clockwork.
Other efforts include two appearances for Australian football club Central Coast Mariners, with Bolt opting to leave after just eight weeks despite being offered an open-ended contract.
In an exclusive interview with MailOnline earlier this month, Usain admitted that he always strives for perfection in everything he does – and right now it’s being a dad and becoming a successful music producer. .
Other efforts include two appearances for Australian football club Central Coast Mariners, with Bolt opting to leave after just eight weeks despite being offered an open-ended contract (pictured in 2018)
“I’m my biggest critic”: Usain admits he always strives for perfection in everything he does – and right now it’s being a dad and becoming a successful music producer (pictured in 2016)
He said. “It’s really hard, but I started the music and it’s a new challenge for me I have a family now, so it’s a challenge for me.
“I thought about playing the part but I don’t think it was for me. I’m more into music and started producing music, what I wanted to do for myself was directing. what’s taking my life right now.
“I released an album Country Yutes. I did the intro for you to hear my voice out there, but I produced the album. ‘
In the same interview, Usain, who is the father of Olympia Lightning, one year and six months twins Thunder and St. Leo with his partner Kasi Bennett, 31, confirmed that he had “finished” when s ‘was to have other babies because his hands are indeed full.
He said: ‘It’s me, I finished – I do not want it now. Being a dad keeps me busy, but I wouldn’t say in good shape. It keeps me busy and my hands are always full.
“Having twins is not as fun as they say! I think when they get older but when they are young, not so much. I look forward to seeing them grow.
“I had my first child locked out, it was because I spent a lot of quality time and I helped and it was my first experience of being a father, so it was cool. ”
“My hands are full”: Usain, who is the father of Olympia Lightning (pictured), and six-month-old twins Thunder and Saint Leo, confirmed he was “done” when it came to having d ‘other babies