Several international artists have come together to create the Official Soundtrack for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar. The soundtrack features smash hits and international artists. It aims to combine music and football in an effort to raise awareness of this groundbreaking event.
The Official Soundtrack for the 2022 FIFA World cup in Qatar has released the first single – Hayya Hayya (Better Together). The song features Nigerian Afro-pop star Davido and US singer Trinidad Cardona. It is a fun song that blends R&B, pop, and R&B influences. It has received 23 million views on YouTube. The song is set to be used as the anthem for the tournament. Its video has been released on the FIFA YouTube channel.
The second single on the Official Soundtrack is called “Dreamers”. The song features K-Pop star Jung Kook and Qatari singer Fahad Al Kubaisi. It is an ode to the beauty and abundance of Qatar’s waters. The song also features human rights abuses and exploitative treatment of migrant workers. Its video features female referees, which is a big plus since Qatar has had a bad human rights record.
The official World Cup song was changed on Monday. It used to be called “Thunderstruck”, but FIFA had to change it because the lyrics went against Qatari law. The song is set to feature in every World Cup match. It was also chosen by AC/DC, but they were removed from the track. The song was later renamed “The Business”, after the lyrical content did not appear to follow Qatari law. The song was released in 2020 and was nominated for three awards in 2022.
The third single on the Official Soundtrack is called “Light The Sky”. It features four Arab world female singers – Morocco-Canadian sensation Nora Fatehi, Emirati singer Balqees, Iraqi superstar Rahma Riad, and award-winning singer-songwriter Manal. It is set to be released on all digital streaming services on Friday. The music video for the song celebrates the inclusion of female referees in the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East.
The last single on the Official Soundtrack is called “Carnaval”. It is in Spanish, but it also features American rapper Pitbull. It is the song to be played when South Korea scores a goal during the tournament. The song is produced by Claudia Leitte, who also worked on Despacito. It is set to be released on all the digital streaming services on Friday.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will kick off on 14 June. The tournament is expected to draw tens of thousands of fans to Qatar, and the country will host the opening ceremony. Several rumors have been flying around about the opening show. One song that has been rumored to be performed is “Waka Waka” by Shakira. It is also believed that the singer is expected to open the tournament.
The official anthem for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar is “Arhbo”. The song was released in August and it is performed by Ayed, Hasser Al Kubaisi, and Khaleeji percussion. Its music video was shot on a corniche in Doha and in the Qatar Cultural Village. The song features a reggae groove and Khaleeji percussion. The song was recorded at Katara Studios in Doha and it will be available on all the digital streaming services on Friday.