FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Official Soundtrack release. Another official track of the Fifa World Cup 2022 Light the Sky is out now. The song features female Arab artists, including Emirati singer Balqees, Moroccan-Canadian Bollywood dancer Nora Fatehi, Iraqi superstar Rahma Riad, and award-winning singer-songwriter Manal Benchlikha from Morocco.
There are many stars in the Bollywood industry who took fans by surprise in the past. But, they are way to behind in the race from ‘Dancing Queen’ Nora Fatehi. Seems as if she planned to stun fans, every now and then. The diva has once again taken the internet by storm by dropping her bold photo in a short black top. She wrote the caption: “Planning my next vacay who wants to join”.
The famous dancer and actress, Nora Fatehi is one of the household names of the world of Bollywood, who has the ability to leave her fans speechless by sharing uber-cool content on the social media platform.
The soundtrack is in English, with bits of Hindi by Nora Fatehi, and a little bit of Moroccan Arabic. The song itself is all about celebrating diversity and shows the revolutionary addition of six female referees at the FIFA World Cup.
RedOne — a Moroccan-Swedish singer, songwriter, record producer, and record executive — also contributed to other FIFA anthems like Shakira’s Waka Waka and La La La.
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Official Soundtrack release
Spiffy dancer and novel actress Nora Fatehi and singer Guru Randhawa returned with a song ‘Dance Meri Rani’. Spiffy Bollywood dancer and novel actress Nora Fatehi has plenty of choices to captive the attention of fans. However, the paparazzis have also kept themselves busy in capturing her stunning glimpses.
Light the Sky is the fourth single on the official soundtrack of the FIFA world cup 2022, following global hits Hayya Hayya (Better Together), Arhbo, and The World is Yours to Take. Even the K-pop band BTS reworked its hit song, Yet to Come for the track Goal of the Century in partnership with Hyundai Motors last month.
The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ will take place from 20 November to 18 December.