Arhbo, the new song for the 2022 Qatar World Cup presented by FIFA

Waiting for the start of the World Cup, this Friday FIFA presented “Arhbo“, the new song for Qatar 2022 through YouTube and which will accompany the song “Hayya, Hayya” by the artists Trinidad Cardona, Aisha and Davido on the soundtrack World Cup official.

The song is performed by Ozuna, the reggaeton singer, along with a Congolese rapper named Gims. This new single will accompany fans throughout the World Cup, which will begin on November 20, when Qatar and Ecuador kick off the competition.

In addition, the new theme already has a video clip, it is available on YouTube, where it was presented by FIFA. It was recorded in Qatar and you can see images of the stadiums and the city that is preparing to receive this great football event.

The track, whose name translates to “Better Together,” is performed by American superstar Trinidad Cardona, Afrobeats icon Davido and Qatari sensation Aisha, seeking inspiration from around the world on the track.

“By bringing together voices from the Americas, Africa and the Middle East, this song symbolizes how music and football can bring the world together,” said FIFA Commercial Director Kay Madati. “As part of FIFA’s renewed music strategy, the multi-song soundtrack will bring passionate fans closer to the spirit of the FIFA World Cup than ever before,” she added.

It is the first time that the tournament’s soundtrack will feature a multi-song collection, featuring international artists showcasing diverse musical genres from around the world, setting the tone for a truly global celebration.

At the beginning of the video clip there is a nod to Argentina, since the image of Diego Armando Maradona appears (this World Cup will be the first since the death of the champion in Mexico 1986), the flag also waves several times at different times and perhaps the great absent is Leo Messi, who does not appear in the video.

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