Usain Bolt uncertain about his future in music

Usain Bolt’s ‘Olympe Rosé’ Rhythm has been getting good reviews
Usain Bolt’s ‘Olympe Rosé’ Rhythm has been getting good reviews.

Although the music video for Usain Bolt’s ‘Olympe Rosé’ Rhythm has been getting good reviews since it was released last week, the former athlete says he is uncertain about his future in music.

From left: Usain Bolt poses with Culture Minister Olivia Grange, Ricardo ‘Bibi’ Gardner, Christopher Martin and Munga Honourable during the launch of the ‘Olympe Rose’ Rhythm in July. (Photo: Sleek Jamaica)

“Dealing with some of the artistes was difficult, so if I have to go through that every time that I do a project, I probably won’t continue,” Bolt told Billboard recently. “That’s one of the reasons I never went into coaching, although people have told me to, because I don’t have the patience. But if we plan in advance, we can do a rhythm that’s suitable for international artistes, too.”

However, he said that he might release another project for the Christmas season.

Produced by Rajah Nelson, the ‘Olympe Rosé’ Rhythm features tracks like Top A Di Top by Ding Dong, Mount A Gyal by Ricardo ‘Bibi’ Gardner, Dweet by Christopher Martin, Weekend by Munga Honourable and Dexta Daps’ Big Moves.

The music video for the rhythm was released on August 28. It was shot in Kingston and directed by Ruption of RD Studios.