Doha.- The Trinidadian-American Nicki Minaj, the Colombian Maluma and the Lebanese Myriam Fares will be the main stars of the opening this Saturday of the ‘FIFA Fan Festival’ in Doha, in which the first anthem of the party, ‘Tukoh’, will be performed Taka’.
In this release, ‘FIFA Sound’ has the collaboration of ‘Universal Arabic Music’ and ‘Republic Records’. ‘Tukoh Taka’, the last song included in the official soundtrack of the tournament, reflects the spirit of the World Cup and will be interpreted by three of the most popular voices of the moment in the Al Bidda Park in Doha, as well as later in the stands of the stadiums of Qatar.
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With the union of this trio, a kind of anthem has been created that aims to encompass different cultures and genres and reflect the international dimension of the World Cup and the inclusive nature of football. Maluma and Myriam Fares will perform at the inauguration of the ‘FIFA Fan Festival’ in Doha, which will open its doors to fans this Saturday from 4:00 p.m. local time, one day before the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador.
“I am very happy to have participated in this World Cup song. I always dreamed of an opportunity like this. Representing Latin music on this issue along with incredible artists who sing in English and Arabic allows me to place our culture in another dimension,” said Maluma.
“The goal of ‘Tukoh Taka’ was to make a record that would celebrate unity, culture and diversity on a global scale. I want to thank Nicki Minaj, Maluma and Myriam Fares for putting their identity, culture and talent into this song,” said music producer Wassim ‘Sal’ Slaiby, founder and CEO of ‘Universal Arabic Music’.