What is the official song 2018 World Cup FIFA?

Excitement is building for the 2018 World Cup as the tournament gets ready for the big kick-off in Russia this June.

The likes of Shakira, Anastacia and Ricky Martin have contributed popular tracks for football’s top competition, but what’s the latest official song 2018 World Cup FIFA?

Elaborate advertising campaigns on television and regular promotional releases keep the fans visually engaged in the lead up to the tournament, but there is also a musical element.

At recent tournaments in particular, FIFA and its partners have focused heavily on the tournament’s soundtrack, striving to find songs that people will immediately associate with the World Cup.

It’s safe to say that approach has been a success, with the likes of Shakira and others helping the game reach a wider demographic.

You’ll be hearing the World Cup songs a lot more in the coming months so Goal brings you all you need to know about the official 2018 World Cup song.

What is the official 2018 fifa World Cup song ?

There are generally number of official songs for the 2018 World Cup but Jason Derulo’s ‘Colors’ is the official ‘Coca-Cola anthem’ for the tournament in Russia.

The song was launched on March 9 with Derulo writing on Twitter: “Represent your country – represent your flag. Be proud of where you’re from and who you are.”

What is the official song 2018 World Cup fifa?

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‘Colors’ ,the official song 2018 World Cup FIFA, is an upbeat song and it deals with the idea of multicuturalism, as the title of the song alludes to. Positive and hopeful, its message is clear: embrace diversity while promoting unity.

For example, the lyrics, “We’re created equal / One race and that’s human / Can’t wait ’til they all see, all see dance” leave no doubt as to Derulo’s intention with the song.

Other songs will no doubt be released as the tournament draws closer, while different broadcasters sometimes adopt a particular song to accompany their coverage of the World Cup.

You can listen to ‘Colors’ for yourself in the video above.


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