K-pop super group BTS is on a roll! The 7 member boy band is all set to release their song for the Qatar 2022 World Cup campaign in collaboration with Hyundai. The motor company shared a preview of the much anticipated song on Instagram as well as YouTube and ARMYs are already fawning over the lyrics as well as the casual look of the members.
The goal of the century campaign song Yet To Come (Hyundai version) is a remake of Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment), the title song of the album Proof released by BTS in June. In a press release by Hyundai, the President and CEO of the company Jaehoon Chang said, “As one of the most influential global artists in the world, BTS and their music greatly influence our society to develop in a positive direction. Through the World Cup campaign with BTS, we hope to create an opportunity for people all over the world to unite towards one goal of sustainability and cheer each other up.”
Take a look at the preview of the song:
BTS has garnered international recognition after their chartbuster songs Dynamite and Butter were nominated for the prestigious Grammy awards twice in a row. Naturally, the inclusion of the boy band in the campaign for the FIFA World Cup left the fans super excited.
Here’s what people shared:
“Was it honestly the best?— Sari Setiogi Griberg (@setiogi) September 21, 2022
‘Cause I just wanna see the next
In the magic of the past
You and I, the best moment is yet to come”
-@BTS_twt “#YetToCome” special version?#BTS #GoaloftheCentury pic.twitter.com/Z1QcBv94R6
The official anthem for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, however, is not the song composed by BTS. It is a song titled Hayya Hayya (Better Together) by Trinidad Cardona, Davido and Aisha.
Listen to it here:
The football World Cup in Qatar will start a day earlier than originally scheduled with the opening ceremony now taking place before the host nation kick off the tournament on Sunday, November 20 against Ecuador.