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Lil Baby & Budweiser Release Tears for Fears-Inspired FIFA Single

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After Argentina’s victory over France in the 2022 World Cup, the “Stand On It” rapper and the official music video for “The World Is Yours To Take” debuted.

Tears for Fears and Budweiser put an end to the 2022 football event by releasing their music video for “The World is Yours to Take” following an exciting World Cup Final between and. The video also includes appearances by Argentine rapper Paulo Londra and Brazilian-born performer Papatinho.

Both the song and the video, which was made by Director X, are inspired by the Tears For Fears album “Everybody Wants to Rule the World.” In some photos, Baby is pictured traversing the desert on motorcycles and ATVs, while in others, he is seen touring stadiums. Highlights from goals scored throughout the world cup are also included in the film. The “Drip Too Hard” rapper shared numerous posts on his experiences during the games during the entire tournament. The album features musicians from all over the world in addition to Lil Baby, including Davido, BTS, Jung Kook, Maluma, and Nicki Minaj.

“I’m eager to make history with and close out the 2022 FIFA World Cup with this amazing video,” Lil Baby said in a statement. We are honoring what it means to bring the world together and encourage individuals to pursue their ambitions while working with Director X and the incredible international cast.

The rapper from Atlanta has had a successful year as a result of the publication of the video. In August, Lil Baby released the highly regarded documentary named, and in October, his sophomore album It’s Only Me. The album sold 216,000 copies in its first week and debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 chart.


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