Roman Reigns debuted brand new entrance music during SmackDown last week. They were a little late and missed WrestleMania 37 by just a couple of weeks. Fans were still very excited to hear new music for the Tribal Chief.

Reigns used that music since The Shield days. He kept that music as WWE just took away the Shield’s intro for the song. The track remained mostly the same for the Big Dog as he transitioned into the Tribal Chief.

While speaking to Mania Club in September 2020, Roman Reigns discussed how much work was going into that new music. It was a long process and a complicated one as well. All that work was worth the wait in the end.

The music, that’s a little more than me creating my own music. We have to go through the channels with that one. It’s not like I came out and am an ultra bad guy. You’ve seen it in little steps and little layers. I want all the nuances to add up. Because I am a full-time performer, you have to keep things fresh, so I decided to save the new music. Hopefully, down the line, once more drastic things happen and the story unfolds,” 

Reigns later gave Bleacher Report another update in January about the status for his new music. He reiterated how it’s not easy to capture that perfect vibe in a song.

“Yeah, we’re working on it. I’ll just say that, we’re working on it. It’s not easy. I’m not gonna just… with this character, it’s gotta be the right vibe. You know, I can’t, you know, be… you can’t just hire a rapper… or check out this guitar riff. It can’t just be some rock music.”

Now WWE has revealed the full-length version of Roman Reigns’ new entrance music. The title of this track is appropriately, “The Head Of The Table.” The whole track is just under three minutes in length and also includes that epic intro that caught everyone’s attention on SmackDown.

We’ll have to see how many big wins Roman Reigns racks up with this new music. He got off to a good start by taking out Daniel Bryan. You can check out the new track below.

H Jenkins

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