Arenataping can confirm that WWE Music Group are set to return to digital music stores and streaming services as soon as next week under a new name.
YouTube metadata has revealed that the trademark filed by WWE on Wednesday is related to the new music group hired by the company in May last year, DJDTP.
WrestlingInc reported that the trademark was provided with use in clothing, music and software, having being filed on May 15 with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Def Rebel is the name chosen by WWE for synchronization of music productions made by DJDTP’s team, which has done at least 40 theme songs for the Stamford company’s superstars and events, of which only 1 has been released.
Last March was the date of WWE Music’s most recent release, having the label published Miz & Morrison’s diss-track “Hey Hey” before WrestleMania. The song was produced by DJDTP and released under Miz & Morrison’s name.
According to YouTube’s metadata, the next digital release is set to be Seth Rollins’ new theme song, which he debuted on the Money in the Bank pay-per-view, and it’s named “The Rising”.
Fans who uploaded tapes of the theme song have received copyright notices recently as WWE Music prepares to synchronize their new music to stream.
We will update this story as it develops.