WWE Reveals Top 5 Most Listened Songs of 2021


When Spotify released its annual “Spotify Wrapped” playlist earlier this month, it also informed artists on which of their songs were listened to the most from the past year. WWE, which lists its entrance themes with the company as the main artist, then took to Instagram to reveal the five most-listened songs from the past year. The top five songs were Roman Reigns’ “Head of the Table,” Jeff Hardy’s “No More Words,” Seth Rollins’ “Visionary,” the RK-Bro remix of Randy Orton’s “Voices” known as “Talk to Me,” and Shinsuke Nakamura’s “The Rising Sun” featuring Rick Boogs’ guitar shredding.

Reigns debuted his new theme back in late April and has since stated in interviews that creating a new signature track for him was a long process.

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“A lot of it was just trying to create that iconic feel to where immediately you know, ‘Oh, he’s here. He’s coming out,'” Reigns told Bleacher Report. “That’s where we went with the two different beats, the two different melodies: to have that 20-, 25-second opening that’s preparing them. I wanted it to transition from there into something more I could vibe to. The old Shield Roman Reigns theme was cool, and it grew on me. And if you do something over and over for a long time, you figure out how to vibe to it, but this is a track that makes my head nod, and you’ll see it and my cousins are doing the same thing in the back. It gives you that ultimate swag when you’re walking out. And especially for an entrance, that’s the most important thing: people seeing and feeling that swagger and energy and confidence coming off of you.”


“It wasn’t ready,” he added when asked why it didn’t debut earlier that month at WrestleMania 37. “Me and the big man weren’t agreeing on a couple of things, so I was like, ‘Screw it, I’m not going out to it now.’ I have to feel it because nobody outside of my cousins and Paul is walking out to that. To me, these are the types of things I have to 100 percent be connected to, and that’s why our audience can trust me and the presentation and the character and everything I’m doing. If it doesn’t feel right, I’m not going to do that s–. It’s got to be on point with how I feel, and I have to be able to commit and connect to it. Otherwise it’s going to be see-through. I’m not the type that can memorize and recite. I have to feel. I have to have instincts. And for me to be able to do that, I have to be comfortable and committed and believe in what’s presented to me so I can present it to our audience.”

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