Regardless of being pressured to take a step again from in-ring motion final yr, Thunder Rosa has saved herself very occupied the previous couple of months. Final month, Rosa introduced she’d be becoming a member of All Elite Wrestling’s Spanish commentary desk for the corporate’s “AEW Dynamite” and “AEW Rampage” programming. Weeks later, AEW revealed they’d be increasing its Spanish listening expertise to their YouTube unique reveals — “AEW Darkish” and “AEW Darkish” Elevation” — as nicely, via a brand new channel named “AEW En Español.”
As she’s settled into her function on commentary, Rosa has been freshening up her voice in one other capability as nicely. Earlier immediately, the previous AEW Girls’s Champion revealed she’s making ready to launch some new music quickly, and most not too long ago, she accomplished the recording of her second single. Followers can see a snippet of her upcoming single on Twitter, as Rosa posted a video of her signing within the sound studio.
“Recording my second single of my album. Extra music quickly,” the caption learn.
Recording my second single of my album. Extra music quickly.#music #NewMusic #Musica #MusicaRanchera pic.twitter.com/oRoxIDPFzr
— Thunder Rosa (@thunderrosa22) March 26, 2023
Per the caption of the tweet, Rosa plans to launch a full-blown album alongside along with her singles. In December, “La Mera Mera” revealed she’d been working alongside a singing coach and songwriter to craft her debut album. Whereas the title of her second single is unknown, Rosa talked about her first single will probably be known as “Mi Mejor Escuela.” In fact, Thunder Rosa is not the primary AEW star to discover the music enterprise, as former AEW Tag Crew Champion Swerve Strickland dropped his 11-track rap album in March 2022. Extra extensively, Jeff Hardy has lent his voice to a number of albums and songs all through the final 20 years.