EA Sports Reveal Official FIFA 21 Soundtrack Ahead Of Release
The official FIFA 21 soundtrack has been released ahead of the game's launch on 9 October.
The FIFA games have been host to a number of iconic songs over the years, varying from John Newman's 'Love Me Again' to MGMT's 'Kids'.
While you often find yourself going into the unknown beforehand, the FIFA soundtracks never disappoint and before you know it you're humming all of the melodies when you load up your Lazio Career Mode on a Friday night.
There's always such an eclectic mix of genres to enjoy while navigating the menus and that looks to be the case once again this year.
It's time... :musical_note:
Here is the #FIFA21 soundtrack:fire:
Listen to the playlist here :loud_sound::point_right: https://t.co/BBiZ7RbUqT pic.twitter.com/Rz78NArYyO
- EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) September 28, 2020
In total, there are 108 songs and 100 different artists from 23 countries - ranging from established musicians to up and comers you'll be hearing a lot more in the near future.
Dua Lipa features with the Blessed Madonna remix of her song 'Love is Religion', FIFA favourites Disclosure are back with 'Energy' and Calvin Harris has linked up with Love Generator for Hypnagogic (I Can't Wait).
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Dave and Burna Boy's huge hit 'Location' is in, while Manchester rapper Aitch continues his incredible ascension with two appearances on the soundtrack - his feature on Stormzy's 'Pop Boy' and his single 'Mice'.
Gamers will have to get used to hearing fellow British rappers Fredo and Young T & Bugsey do their thing on 'Ay Caramba' - with late American rapper Mac Miller's song 'Blue World' included.
There's even tunes from Sia, The Prodigy, Tame Impala, Glass Animals, Charli XCX, Ms Dynamite, Jay1, Idris Elba and many more.
And for the first time ever, songs that appear in the VOLTA section of the game, which has a great tie-in with the UK rap and grime scene, can now be played in all of the other game modes by changing your settings.
Both soundtracks are now available on music streaming platforms such as Spotify, Deezer and Apple Music so feel free to get in the zone ahead of FIFA's release in a couple of weeks.
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