Chris Warren, Lead Singer In DX “Break It Down” Theme, Dead At 49

Chris Warren

WWE confirmed today that Chris Warren, the lead singer for the D-Generation X theme song “Break It Down,” died on Sunday. He was only 49. Here’s what dot com wrote:

Warren’s voice epitomized the essence of WWE’s Attitude Era in the late ‘90s; his distressed, screeching rendition of “Break It Down” to this day remains synonymous with the famed faction, and is considered by many among the WWE Universe as one of sports-entertainment’s greatest themes. In addition to performing on several of WWE’s biggest stages, including WrestleMania XIV and SummerSlam 1998, the “DX Band” singer collaborated with WWE composer Jim Johnston on Sean “X-Pac” Waltman’s entrance theme “Make Some Noise,” and provided the vocals to Triple H’s solo theme, “My Time.”

WWE extends its deepest condolences to Warren’s family, friends and fans

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