Will Smith World Cup song

  • Will Smith World Cup song

Will Smith World Cup song

Nicky Jam, a Colombian reggaeton artist, is a huge star in Latin America and Istrefi is a rising star in Europe.

Prishtina-born singer Era Istrefi, who gained global acclaim with her song "Bon Bon" in 2016, will sing the official 2018 FIFA World Cup song alongside Will Smith and Nicky Jam according to Billboard and other publications.

Thousands of fans had already liked Smith's revealing Instagram post after just minutes of putting it up.

The 2018 World Cup will kick off on 14 June and will run for four weeks across various cities in Russian Federation.

Although there are multiple songs associated with the World Cup, the official anthem is usually the most high-profile and is performed at the finale of the World Cup, which will be watched by an estimated 2 billion people. Nelson told Vibe that they would be performing it in Russian Federation.

American DJ Diplo will produce the song. "They're making this big song and it's just so insane."Allegedly, Smith and Nicky were in Budapest recently finishing the song".

Smith has been seen dancing around Cartagena, and Nicky Jam tweeted that "the best part is the process". World Cup tunes have done both over the years.

Smith's last album - "Lost and Found" - was released in 2005, and he'll have big shoes to fill to live up to past anthems like Shakira's "Waka Waka" and Ricky Martin's "The Cup of Life". ESPN designated it the aforementioned "We Are One (Ole Ola)". Jason Derulo and J Balvin also appear on promotional songs for this year's competition.