Moroccan to produce official FIFA Club World Cup Song

Moroccan to produce official FIFA Club World Cup Song
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Moroccan star RedOne with FIFA President Gianni Infantino

The FIFA Club World Cup is due to kick off in Morocco on February 1. Morocco’s superstar Nadir Khayat known by his stage name RedOne has been commissioned to  produce the official song for the competition.

According to Moroccan English news outlet, Morocco World News, RedOne stressed that his new soundtrack will include “many other” artists.

” It’s going to [include] more artists involved in the same official FIFA song,” RedOne told Morocco World News (MWN).

He added that the song’s release date is still under discussion.

Morocco’s Tangier and Rabat will host the games of the Club World Cup, which will feature giant football clubs – including Morocco’s Al Wydad, Spain’s Real Madrid, Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal, and Egypt’s Al Ahly.

The multi-grammy award-winning Moroccan producer has recently made international headlines after his “Hayya Hayya” (better together) FIFA World Cup song. The song featured Trinidad Cardona Davido and Aisha.

RedOne joined FIFA as Creative Entertainment Executive in December 2021.

The Moroccan producer composed the official anthem for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, as well as other football-themed songs.

In addition to producing songs, RedOne is also a singer and songwriter for superstars from across the world.

As a record producer and songwriter, the Moroccan star collaborated with different renowned artists, including Lady Gaga, Akon, Michael Jackson, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Scherzinger, MIKA, and Pitbull, among many others.

RedOne showed imminent support for the Atlas Lions during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where he attended the national team’s matches.
Morocco’s national team made a historic run during the World Cup and became the first Arab and African team to reach the semi-finals.

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