Official World Cup Songs (Part 3)

Since 1990, FIFA has named an official song for each World Cup, and with just a few days until kick-off at Qatar 2022, we’ve been counting down the nine official tracks from the last 32 years, finishing off with 2014 - 2022! Have a listen, and let us know which is your favourite on Instagram or Twitter!

Brazil, 2014

We Are One (Ole, Ola) Pitbull featuring Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte

Released by rapper Pitbull, We Are One features American singer Jennifer Lopez and Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte. The track reached number one in three countries and top 20 in 22 countries after being released in 2014 for the Brazil World cup.


Russia, 2018

Live It Up, Nicky Jam featuring Will Smith and Era Istrefi

Produced by Diplo and released by Nicky Jam, Live It Up features American artist Will Smith and Kosovo Albanian singer Era Istrefi. Performed at the closing ceremony of the tournament, the track reached the top 20 in six countries. 


Qatar, 2022

Hayya Hayya (Better together), Trinidad Cardona, Davido and AISHA

For the first time, this year FIFA will have a soundtrack for the World Cup tournament, featuring multiple official songs. The first track was released in April this year, Hayya Hayya is by American singer Trinidad Cardona, Nigerian singer Davido and Qatari singer AISHA.

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