FIFA World Cup 2022, new single song released. The Bollywood actress and dancer Nora Fatehi has been featured in the newly released official soundtrack of the FIFA World Cup 2022. The name of the newly released song is Light The Sky, it is the fourth single on the soundtrack following Hayya Hayya(Better Together), Arhbo, and The World is Yours to Take. More songs are going to release in order to follow ahead of the start of the tournament on 20th November 2022.
FIFA World Cup 2022: New single song released
The Manike star Fatehi, the Emarati singer Balqees, the Iraqi superstar Rahma Riad, and the award-winning singer-songwriter Manal from Morocco have given their voices to this single soundtrack of FIFA World Cup 2022.
Fatehi, the Manike star said, “Football, like music, is a universal language that has a passionate following – and I have witnessed this with my own eyes wherever I have traveled across the globe. It has been a privilege to collaborate with such passionate and talented women to create something that celebrates our roots and the excitement of the FIFA World Cup.”
The music video of the soundtrack of FIFA World Cup 2022 celebrates the groundbreaking inclusion of female referees at the first-ever World Cup in the Middle East. In Qatar, Stéphanie Frappart from France, Salima Mukansanga from Rwanda, and Yoshimi Yamashita from Japan will take charge of matches. The assistant referees will be Neuza Back from Brazil, Karen Díaz Medina from Mexico, and Kathryn Nesbitt from the USA. All of them will feature in this music video.
FIFA entertainment executive and song producer RedOne said, “Light The Sky tells us to ‘shout if you’re with me and brings to life the spirit of communal celebration of the FIFA World Cup – an energizing message as we look forward to a game-changing tournament of firsts”.
“This is an inspirational song with its roots firmly in the Middle East. It is also fitting that the first-ever female referees at a FIFA World Cup are part of this release that will connect with football and music lovers of all ages.”