Keith Lee debuted a new entrance theme at last night's WWE Survivor Series 2020 pay-per-view, shedding the generic CAW-esque track he had been carrying around since arriving on the main roster.
@WrestlingNewsCo posted a clip of Lee's new theme to Twitter:-
While perhaps not as bombastic as the song Lee used to use in NXT, this one is far closer to his black-and-gold track and a major improvement on the generic butt-rock of before.
WWE drew flak for changing Lee's theme when he arrived on the main roster in late August. Keith recognised this immediately, saying that while the music was "out of his hands," he would deal with it. It was later reported that WWE had switched the song as part of a company-wide move to ask wrestlers to ditch their old CFO$-produced tracks when it was revealed that the old in-house music team had signed a "terrible deal" granting their publishers 50% of any royalty payments.
October brought news that Lee was in New York City recording vocals for a new entrance song. His verses can be heard on the new track above, though the studio version is yet to be released.
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