FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: What is the official song of the World Cup?

This time around, the football extravaganza will feature a slew of superstars gathered in Qatar to put on a show.

The 2018 World Cup Final between France and Croatia, Credit: Twitter/@FIFAWorldCup
By K S Vignesh Bharadwaj | Oct 12, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The biggest sporting festival on the planet is almost upon us. Yes, you guessed it right, The FIFA World Cup, Qatar 2022, is just a few weeks away. From firecrackers to street dancing, the love and passion for the game are second to none. Tears, joy, nerves, anger, disappointment and whatnot? There is a sense of excitement and buzz throughout the country during the mega event. 

This time around, the football extravaganza will feature a slew of superstars gathered in Qatar to put on a show. The Middle East in November is a must-visit destination for all Football/Music fans. From the BTS to Lil Baby and other recognized artists showering their magic, it promises to be a showpiece. When the World Cup is around the corner, Official songs become a focal point of interest, providing fans with a foundation for the tournament.

Official song of the World Cup 2022

The official song sets the mood for the tournament, giving teams and fans an emotional connection to the celebration. In April, FIFA released the first single from the official soundtrack, “Hayya Hayya (Better Together).” Trinidad Cardona, Davido, and Aisha show up on the upbeat track, which combines R&B and reggae influences. “By bringing voices together from all over the world, the song signifies how music and football can bring the world together.”

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‘Light The Sky.’ by four recognized Arab female singers is the latest single track from the multi-song official 2022 Qatar World Cup soundtrack. The song commemorates the presence of female referees at a World Cup game. The 2022 World Cup soundtrack includes four of the most famous female performers, including Emirati singer Balqees, Canadian Actress Nora Fatehi, Iraqi singer Rahma Riad, and Moroccon Manal.

The multi-song World Cup soundtracks could be a massive victory or a crushing defeat, as FIFA’s new strategy is a big gamble. But, as cliche as it might sound, With risk, comes reward. But only time will tell how things pan out. Other lined-up soundtracks for the sporting festival in Qatar include “Arhbo,” “Ulayeh,” “Vamos A Qatar,” and “Aeropuerto.”

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