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American Rapper 'Lil Baby' Releases New World Cup 2022 Song

  • Publish date: Saturday، 24 September 2022
American Rapper 'Lil Baby' Releases New World Cup 2022 Song
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On September 23, 2022, FIFA declared that American rapper "Lil Baby" has written a song for the World Cup 2022 in association with Budweiser.

Additionally, the song "The World Is Yours to Take" is featured on the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Official Soundtrack.

Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Tears For Fears is sampled in the upbeat anthem, which will be used in Budweiser's campaign material for football's premier world tournament, which will start in Qatar on November 20, 2022.

Fans will be motivated by Lil Baby's song as the game-changing tournament's big kickoff draws near to continue their path to greatness. The Grammy Award-winning Atlanta native will also reflect on his own pathway to the top as he takes a global stage alongside Budweiser.

Throughout the competition, Lil Baby will do a live performance with Budweiser to commemorate the release of the single and his new album. Budweiser and Lil Baby will also work with other well-known musicians to release additional versions of the song. The official music video for the record will be shot at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar and published there.

Following the international hits "Arhbo" and "Hayya Hayya (Better Together)," "The World Is Yours to Take" is the third single to appear on the tournament's Official Soundtrack. Additional singles will be added in the weeks prior to the tournament's start.

By brilliantly fusing the global languages of music and football, the varied, multi-song Official Soundtrack—a new project pioneered by the FIFA Sound strategy—brings together musicians, fans, and players to share their enthusiasm.

The official soundtrack of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM, "Arhbo," greets visitors to Qatar

The Arabic word "Marhaba" is the source of the local slang term "Arhbo," which is used in Qatar to mean "welcome." As excitement grows for the beginning of football's biggest festival on November 20, the upbeat song highlights the solidarity and camaraderie woven into the fabric of this year's historic celebration in Qatar.

With a beautiful fusion of the global languages of music and football, the Official Soundtrack of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 aspires to unite artists, fans, and players to share their love. This recent release brilliantly captures the friendly nature of Qatar and provides a preview of what to look forward to when the action begins in less than three months.

The unique soundtrack, which is a component of the game-changing FIFA Sound strategy introduced last year, will continue to grow as the tournament's big kickoff draws nearer. Additional releases featuring musical talents from around the world will be added.