Lil Baby World Cup

Lil Baby Teams Up With Budweiser For “The World Is Yours To Take”

Together with Budweiser, Lil Baby is released a new tune called “The World Is Yours To Take,” which will appear on the first-ever Official FIFA World World Cup Qatar 2022 Soundtrack and in promotional materials for Budweiser, The Official Beer of the FIFA World Cup.

Inspiring listeners to take the first steps toward excellence, this high-octane anthem features a sample of the song’s memorable chorus from Tears for Fears’ “Everybody Wants to Rule the World.” The pop song’s universal appeal across time and space is a perfect fit for the ambitious spirit Budweiser and Lil Baby were going for.

“My new track with Budweiser for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Soundtrack is a special one for me. It’s about the journey we’ve all been on over the last few years and celebrating what’s next. When I started in music in 2017, I went all in on a dream that brought me to where I am now, and that’s what I want fans to feel when they hear the song,” Lil Baby shares. He continues, “I hope it makes you feel like you’re walking out onto the pitch at the World Cup making moves toward your own dreams, whatever that means to you.”

Lil Baby will perform a live version of his song “The World Is Yours To Take” at the Budweiser Hotel during the tournament in honor of his 28th birthday. The song is one of only eight tracks to be on the Official FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Soundtrack. Budweiser and Lil Baby aren’t content with just having a worldwide smash hit; they’ll be teaming up with incredible artists from all over the world to release remixes of the song and film a music video for it during the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, which will take place from November 20 to December 18, 2022.

Listen to the record below.

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