Koffee, Buju Banton, Govana, Rvssian, and Major Lazer are among the star-studded lineup for FIFA 21 soundtrack.
With the launch of two of the 2 most successful gaming consoles coming this November, gamers are already thrilled with excitement at the thought of all the fresh and exciting games they’ll be able to play. One of the world’s favorites is the EA Sports FIFA collection, which offers players the ability to use and even change replicas of their favorite soccer teams. Gameplay and graphics are typically fairly top-notch. However, the music that is normally played in the menu area of the game is normally what gives you the extra sauce to take on your opponent sitting next to you.
Jamaica’s very own Buju Banton, Rvssian, Koffee, and Govana are the soundtrack for the upcoming FIFA 21 game, which has recently been leaked online and included among the many international talents. Buju Banton’s vocals on his song “Unity,” taken from his latest album Upside Down 2020, are expected to give gamers a genuinely contagious burst of energy through African drums and jazz-inspired groove. Rvssian’s fast-growing African talent single, Rema, named “Beamer (Bad Boys),” should also find favoritism among the global audience that the FIFA tracklist is typically targeted towards. Topping out the Jamaican connection is Koffee and Govana’s remix for the Grammy kid’s track “Rapture.” Major Lazer has released a single title called “Que Calor.”
Other songs that should be at the heart of FIFA fans include Stormzy and Aitch ‘s collaboration titled “Pop Boy,” UK hip hop acts Fredo and Young T with Bugsey on their track “Ay Caramba,” and deceased rapper Mac Miller with his posthumous release “Blue Planet.”
According to FIFA 21 soundtrack curators, the LP should contain even more tracks after the official release of this installment in October. For now, you can see the latest list of songs on FIFA 21 Volta and the official FIFA 21 soundtrack below.
Stream the FIFA 21 Soundtrack below.
FIFA 21 VOLTA tracklist and stream