Who sings the official song for the World Cup in Qatar in 2022?
At the 2022 World Cup, there won’t be just one official anthem. Instead, a number of artists from all over the world will work together to make a soundtrack with several songs.
If the official song is your favorite part of the World Cup, you probably don’t like football or, let’s be honest, music that much.
No matter what, fans of the official song have a lot to be happy about this year. FIFA and the organizers of the World Cup in Qatar didn’t want to just give us one song, so they gave us a whole album of songs.
The tournament’s organizing committee says, “Qatar 2022 is all about bringing the world together in harmony,” but they don’t say that homosexuals have no place in this world of harmony.
“A multi-song collection with smash hits from international artists in a variety of musical styles sets the tone for a truly global celebration,” says the author.
What are the official songs of the World Cup?
There may be more coming, but as of now, FIFA only lists five official songs:
Cardona, Davido, and Aisha sing “Hayya Hayya” (Better Together).
“Hayya Hayya (Better Together)” is a song that came out in April. FIFA says that it is influenced by R&B and reggae. It has three singers: Trinidad Cardona, an American who wrote the lyrics, Davido, from Nigeria, and Aisha, from Qatar.
Arhbo – Ozuna featuring Gims
“Ahrbo” came out in August. It was sung in Spanish and French by Puerto Rican artist Ozuna and French-Congolese rapper Gims.
FIFA says that the Qatari word “arhbo” means “welcome” and comes from the Arabic word “marhaba.”
The song is also sung in Arabic by Hasser Al Kubaisi, Ayed Hussein, and Haneen Hussein.
Rahma, Balqees, Nora, and Manal sing “Light the Sky”
“Light the Sky,” which came out in October, has four female singers on it: the Emirati Balqees, the Moroccan-Canadian Nora Fatehi, the Iraqi Rahma Riad, and the Moroccan Manal.
FIFA says, “The music video for the single celebrates the first-ever women referees at a FIFA World Cup.”
At Qatar 2022, there will be three women referees: Stéphanie Frappart from France, Salima Mukansanga from Rwanda, and Yoshimi Yamashita from Japan. Also, Neuza Back of Brazil, Karen Daz Medina of Mexico, and Kathryn Nesbitt of the United States will help the referees.
Lil Baby’s song “The World is Yours to Take,” which came out in September, uses parts of Tears for Fears’s 1980s hit “Everybody Wants to Rule the World.”
Lil Baby says, “It’s about the journey we’ve all been on over the past few years and how excited we are about what’s next.” “When I started making music in 2017, I went all in on a dream that led me to where I am now, and that’s how I want fans to feel when they hear the song. I hope it makes you feel like you’re walking out onto the field at the World Cup and making moves toward your own dreams, whatever that means to you.”
Tukoh Taka – Nicki Minaj, Maluma and Myriam Fares
“Tukoh Taka,” which came out just before the World Cup, has Nicki Minaj from Trinidad, Maluma from Colombia, and Myriam Fares from Lebanon.
FIFA says that the song, which features “three of music’s most iconic voices from around the world,” represents “the inclusiveness of the game.” This comes as FIFA gets ready to hold the World Cup in a country where homosexuality is illegal, which bears repeating.