You Can't See Me is the debut studio album by WWE wrestler John Cena and his cousin, Tha Trademarc, billed together as John Cena & Tha Trademarc. It was released on May 10, 2005, by WWE and Columbia Records. The album features guest appearances from Esoteric and Bumpy Knuckles, who featured on several songs throughout the album. The album production was handled by James McEwan and Todd Spadafore, with the duo serving as the executive producers on the album. The album's cover art is based on Cena's customized WWE Championship belt, while the title comes from his popular catchphrase coined on WWE television. The album debuted at #15 on the Billboard 200 charts with over 143,000 copies sold in the first week of its release. In the United Kingdom, the album peaked at #103 on the UK Albums Chart, and has since been certified platinum by the RIAA, selling 1,346,000 units as of October 8, 2010.
Cena originally stated on WWE.com that his previous entrance theme song, "Basic Thuganomics", would appear on the album. However, it did not make it onto the album. It was, however, released on the WWE Originals soundtrack album in January 2004.
"If it All Ended Tomorrow" was used in the ending credits of Cena's movie, The Marine.
An additional track, "The Underground", was made available on Tha Trademarc's MySpace page.
On October 14, 2008, M.O.P. filed a lawsuit in a New York Federal Court against WWE and Cena. The group claimed that Cena and WWE stole parts of their song "Ante Up" for "The Time is Now". M.O.P. sought the destruction of the song and asked for $150,000 in damages. They dropped the lawsuit two months later.
The music video for "Bad, Bad Man" spoofs 1980s culture, and focusing on the television series The A-Team, with guest stars like Gary Coleman and impersonators of Michael Jackson, Madonna, among other popular celebrities. This video is featured on the DVD for WWE's 2005 edition of Judgment Day.