World Cup 2022 soundtrack

The World Cup 2022 soundtrack consists of several songs, the first of which is Hayya Hayya. The first track is written by Trinidad Cardona, Davido and Aisha and contains influences from R&B and reggae.

Through the official soundtrack, FIFA hopes to connect with audiences from all over the world. The songs are for people who share a common passion for football and music.

This World Cup entertainment strategy is aimed at innovation and the connection between football fans, music lovers, players, artists and the game and music they all love.

It is the first time that the World Cup song consists of a collection of different anthems, with international artists from different genres. With a multi-song soundtrack, FIFA expects to reach artists and music fans on all continents.

First World Cup 2022 Soundtrack - Hayya Hayya

Hayya Hayya is the first soundtrack of the 2022 World Cup and was launched on Friday, April 1, 2022. Hayya Hayya means 'Better Together' and was composed by Trinidad Cardona, Davido and Aisha. []

Trinidad Cardona is a star in the US currently breaking through, Davido is an icon in Afrobeats in Africa, and Aisha is the new sensation in Qatar. Together they capture the spirit of the World Championship and bring worldwide inspiration.

The song Hayya Hayya was released through Def Jam Recordings and produced by RedOne. The song can be listened to via all streaming services and via social media.

All World Cup songs

Music has been part of the World Cup since 1964:

World Cup 1962 song

Name: El Rock del Mundial

Artist: Los Ramlers

Language: Spanish

World Cup 1966 song

Name: World Cup Willie (where in this world are we going)

Artist: Lonnie Donegan

Language: English

World Cup 1970 song

Name: Fútbol México 70

Artist: Los Hermanos Zavala

Language: Spanish

World Cup 1974 song

Name: Futbol

Artist: Maryla Rodowicz

Language: Polish, English, German, Russian and Spanish

World Cup 1978 song

Name: Anthem

Artist: Buenos Aires Municipal Symphony

Language: Argentinian

World Cup 1982 song

Name: Mundial 82

Artist: Plácido Domingo

Language: Spanish

World Cup 1986 song

Name: A special kind of hero

Artist: Stephanie Lawrence

Language: English

World Cup 1990 song

Name: Un'estate italiana (to be number one)

Artist: Edoardo Bennato and Gianna Nannini

Language: Italian and English

World Cup 1994 song

Name: Gloryland

Artist: Daryl Hall and Sounds of Blackness

Language: English, English

World Cup 1998 song

Name: La Copa de la Vida

Artist: Ricky Martin

Language: Spanish

World Cup 2002 song

Name: Boom

Artist: Anastacia and Vangelis

Language: English

World Cup 2006 song

Name: The time of our lives

Artist: Il Divo and Toni Braxton

Language: Italian and English

World Cup 2010 song

Name: Waka Waka (This Time for Africa), Wavin' Flag

Artist: Shakira, K'Naan

Language: Spanish/English, English

World Cup 2014 song

Name: We are one (ole ola)

Artist: Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez

Language: Spanish/English/Portuguese

World Cup 2022 song

Name: Live It Up

Artist: Will Smith, Nicky Jam and Era Istrefi

Language: English

World Cup 2022 song

Name: Hayya Hayya

Artist: Trinidad Cardona, Davido and Aisha

Language: English

The 2022 World Cup theme

More of the 2022 World Cup theme.

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    Date published: 01-04-2022 | Date updated: 05-07-2022 | Author:

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