Maitre Gims Creates the Official FIFA Anthem for 2022 Qatar World Cup

FIFA Anthem

Maitre Gims will be the first artist of French origin to write and perform in the World Cup FIFA Anthem.

Rabat Rapper Congolese French Gandhi Bilel Djuna, known as his stage moniker Maitre Gims, was selected to write and sing the official anthem for the 2022 Qatar World Cup, according to Booska-P magazine.

” Arhbo” The official song set to mark the start of the FIFA World Cup from November 20 to Qatar has been announced.

The famous writer and singer of French popular music created this World Cup anthem, with the song featuring Puerto Rican artist Ozuna. The FIFA World Cup shared on Twitter the video teaser of the song called “Arhabo,” meaning welcome in Arabic.

The title, which will become among the official songs at the coming Football World Cup was published by the International Football Federation (FIFA) on the 20th of August, 2017.

We wish them all the best to inspire people to dance and vibrate like the famous tune that was performed by Shakira and Freshlyground, Waka Waka (This Time for Africa), which was a big hit during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

An ex-member of hip-hop collective Sexion d’Assaut, Gims is an artist with a record-breaking solo career who has been atop the French Singles Charts four times. He is the first artist from France to compose and perform the World Cup anthem.

Since the first version of the WorldCup in 1930, each edition has created an official anthem that is featured in the marketing advertisements for the tournament. The songs that are chosen are generally multilingual and often include English, which is the language used by the hosting country, as well as other languages.

The official World Cup songs and anthems form an integral aspect of the tournament because they bring football fans from all over the globe.

Many World Cup anthems were met with great success, such as “La Copa de la Vida,” which translates to “The Cup of Life,” which was performed by Ricky Martin during the 1998 World Cup, and Carlos Santana’s 2014 World Cup anthem, “Dar um Jeito,” meaning “We will Find a Way.”

The biggest success of all has been Shakira’s Waka Waka – This Time for Africa It has received more than 3 million views on Youtube. Shakira’s hit song was the official song of the 2010 World Cup, which took place in South Africa.

In April of this year, FIFA released the first single from the multi-song FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The song was titled “Hayya Hayya.” The track was performed by three singers: Trinidad Cardona, Davido, and Aisha.

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