Nicki Minaj, Maluma, and Myriam Fares, a singer from Lebanon, have released a song for the 2022 FIFA World Cup titled “Tukoh Taka.” Nicki, 39, raps in English and Spanish, Maluma, 28, sings in Spanish, and Myriam, 39, sings in Arabic in the revolutionary song, which is the first trilingual official World Cup song. The music video, which was also released on November 18, has all three performers singing their parts in dreamlike desert surroundings.
On Friday, two days before the beginning of the tournament, the single “Tukoh Taka” was released. The song’s lyrics were written in all three languages: English, Spanish, and Arabic. The song is the most recent addition to the official soundtrack of the 2022 World Cup, which was created by FIFA and features contributions from musicians from all over the world.
Myriam is the first artist to be seen, and she begins the song by singing the chorus and swinging her hips in a dark desert landscape, accompanied by six backing dancers clad in white. Maluma appears next, dancing in front of a gigantic metal soccer ball in a similar desert setting. Nicki’s portion begins with the first line, during which she can be seen rapping on the interior of a moving bus. The mother of one glistened in a bedazzled black bodysuit and an attention-grabbing black jacket with black tassels.
“Tukoh Taka” is the official song of the FIFA Fan Festival in Doha, which allows fans to watch soccer matches on giant screens while enjoying food and live music. On Saturday, November 18, Maluma and Fares will perform the song live for the first time at the event in Doha, Qatar.
Link to the “Tukoh Taka – Official FIFA Fan Festival™ Anthem | Nicki Minaj, Maluma, & Myriam Fares (FIFA Sound)”