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BTS Jungkook Becomes The First Artist To Have An Official Solo Song For The FIFA World Cup Since Ricky Martin In 1998

It has been announced that Jungkook from BTS will perform Dreamers, his original solo song, at the opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. With this development, the vocalist becomes the first solo artist to release an official solo track for the FIFA World Cup since Ricky Martin released “La Copa de la Vida” almost 25 years ago, back in 1998.

Jungkook, the youngest BTS member, will perform Dreamers during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 opening ceremony. The BTS agency BigHit Music posted a message on the international fanbase network Weverse on Saturday with information about Jungkook’s performance.

The statement read, “Hello. This is BIGHIT MUSIC. We’d like to inform you about BTS Jungkook’s participation in the opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. At the opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, Jung Kook will be performing the official soundtrack Dreamers.”

“[Opening Ceremony Information] – Time> 17:40 PM – 18:10 PM, November 20 (AST- Arabia Standard Time)> 23:40 PM, November 20 – 00:10 AM, November 21 (KST)- Channel List for Viewing: Link We ask for your interest in BTS Jung Kook’s performance at the World Cup opening ceremony. Thank you.”

BTS gave an update on the Dreamers music video on their official Twitter account. “Dreamers’ MV Release 2022. 11. 22. @ FIFA’s Official YT Channel” the message read.

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In the artwork for the song, lights could be seen all around Jungkook as he turned to face the camera. He covered his sweater and jeans with a navy blue jacket.

Recently, Jungkook visited Qatar and was spotted photographing in a city’s streets. The musician waved and said hello to fans in a number of images and videos posted on social media. In a recent video, he was also seen dancing inside his hotel in Qatar while listening to RUN BTS by BTS.

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