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Lebanese pop star Miriam Fares preparing song for Qatar World Cup – Doha News

Lebanese pop star Miriam Fares has revealed plans to attend the World Cup in Qatar later this year, becoming the latest artist to confirm a song for the tournament.

in an interview with sky news arabicFares said he is preparing multiple songs for a major sporting event, the first-ever FIFA World Cup to be held in the Middle East region.

“I can’t say that the news of the cooperation with FIFA is not true, because we are currently preparing multiple songs and then the selection will be made,” she said.

“One of them will be released during the World Cup,” she added.

Earlier this month, Lebanese singer Elissa revealed she was busy with World Cup-related matters, sparking speculation about her performance at the event and a possible song.

“I don’t want to ruin the album. We have the World Cup next season and I was busy with concerts and travel, all of which led to delays in preparing the album,” the Lebanon-based said. Agani Agani TV Channel.

Commenting on the possibility of releasing the album at Christmas, she said it was “certainly more appropriate” to release it after the World Cup, although it was a possibility. It will be held from November to December.

The Gulf states are expected to host at least 1.5 million fans worldwide, providing a significant opportunity to introduce the world to Arab and Middle Eastern cultures.

If speculation is correct, the two Lebanese artists will be the latest to join other singers preparing for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, including Nancy Ajram.

To date, Qatar’s World Cup Organizing Committee has not disclosed any information about partnerships with the two artists.

Last month, Ajram officially confirmed his participation in the World Cup for the first time, saying a song was in the works, but no further details were revealed.

“There is so much news out there that I can’t say more, but nothing has been confirmed so far, so this is all I can say.”

Elissa smashed the Middle East music charts with her latest duet with Moroccan artist Saad Ramjared. Min Awell DekikaIn less than three months, the song has 200 million views.

However, Elissa faced criticism for singing passionately with Ranjared, who faced multiple rape accusations.

Other World Cup performers

Beyond the Levant, other artists from around the world are also busy preparing for the world competition in Doha.

Renowned South African singer and ‘Jerusalem’ singer Nomsibo Jikodi has revealed he has received an invitation from the World Cup Organizing Committee to perform at the tournament’s opening ceremony on Thursday. I did. November.

In April, Haya Hayya (Better Together) was unveiled as the first official soundtrack for the FIFA World Cup 2022.

It features Qatari singer Aisha, Trinidad Cardona and solo African artist Davido.

Most recently, K-pop sensation BTS reportedly Release songs for major sporting events.

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