Review Summary: John Cena accomplishes what no one man has done with You Can't See Me: a much worse album than that of K-Fed's Playing With Fire.1 of 5 thought this review was well written
John Cena won the WWE Championship in 2005, which is considered as the top prize in wrestling. So, in order to increase his fame and pull more fans in, WWE suggests that Cena make an album to do this. So Cena does, and what is created is pretty much the worst album of all time. In my opinion, You Can't See Me far more worse than Kevin Federline's Playing With Fire.
You Can't See Me is a disasterous effort from Cena to tip his hat into the hip hop genre. The album could be best described as a waste of money and a waste of 65 minutes of your life that could have been more useful. All of the tracks contain the same formula: frantic vocals, horrible lyrics, and innovative beats. Many tracks sound familiar to one another, as if Cena is repeating himself constantly. That shows Cena's lacking originality, and it's just as much as I would expect from a third rate Vanilla Ice reject with Italian roots.
The songs that sound familiar? Many. Such as: The Time Is Now, Don't *** With Us, Keep Frontin', We Didn't Want You To Know, Bad, Bad Man, This Is How We Roll, What Now, and Chain Gang is the Click. That's at least over half of the album by itself. There's also the comparison of Running Game and Summer Flings, and Right Now and If It All Ended Tomorrow. That's 12, count 'em, 12 tracks that sound all the same.
The only song with potential would be "If It All Ended Tomorrow". Though both Trademarc's vocals and both his and Cena's poor lyric choice(or lack thereof) weight the song down with a giant anchor. But the one song that's perfectly decent in my eyes is "Right Now". For once, Cena and Trademarc both use a different vocal style and write a better song than most of the sludge on You Can't See Me, and it works. However, for Cena, it's too little too late to turn the album around.
In short, when it comes to being the worst wrestler/actor turned rapper of all time, look no further than John Cena's You Can't See Me. It's actually hard for me to believe that such a terrible album as this still debuted at #3 on the hip hop charts, but it's as much as you would expect from 10 year old Jewish wigger/Cena fanboy. Speaking of which, "Running Game" sounds like a 10 year old wigger/fanboy wrote the song. John Cena takes some time to shoot his mouth off about him and his so called "crew"'s penis sizes. Throw that in with the same frantic vocals and terrible lyrics, and we have a winner for worst song ever. I would tell John Cena not to quit his day job, but he's not very good at that.
Final Rating: 0.01/5