December 4, 2022

The new music that is released  around the highly anticipated tournament is just one of the many exciting aspects of the FIFA World Cup.

This year, a number of songs will serve as the World Cup anthem. The renowned South Korean boyband BTS is anticipated to collaborate musically with the eagerly awaited football tournament.
A preview of a brand-new version of the BTS song “Yet To Come” from their most recent album Proof was made available on Thursday by Hyundai, one of the major sponsors of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Hyundai and BTS have a history of working together, and their upcoming single “Yet To Come (Hyundai Ver.)” is a component of Hyundai’s “Goal of the Century” campaign.

The President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Company, Jaehoon Chang, described the partnership with BTS in a press release and stated, “As one of the most influential worldwide artists in the world, BTS and their music profoundly inspire our society to develop in a positive direction. We intend to provide a platform for people all around the world to come together in support of sustainability and lift one another up through the World Cup campaign with BTS.

New lyrics will be added to this rendition of “Yet To Come” to fit the sustainability theme and the 2018 FIFA World Cup. On September 23, it will be made available on all major music streaming services.

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