The world famous k-pop group BTS worked with Hyundai to drop a brand-new version of the track Yet to Come for the FIFA World Cup 2022.
The Bangtan Boys, famously known as BTS formed in the year 2010 in the company of Big Hit Entertainment, never ever fails to amaze their fans. The group, which has seven members comprising RM, Jungkook, Suga, V, Jimin, Jin J-Hope, and Jimin debuted in 2013.
The songs often touch on subjects such as issues with mental health, adolescent struggle loss, the journey towards self-love, and a sense of independence. Their work also often draws parallels to philosophical, literary or psychological theories and features an alternate world storyline.
The track ‘Yet to Come’ which has been released is a joint effort with Hyundai and BTS to promote the ‘Goal of the Century(GOTC)’ World Cup campaign. The song’s official release date was 23rd September 2022 through Hyundai’s YouTube channel. It is also accessible through Spotify as well as Apple Music.
In the most recent video, you can watch BTS singing the track live from the roof. On the clip, you can see scenes of crowds and parents taking in World Cup games, as children playing soccer.
It is expected that the FIFA World Cup 2022 is set to be played at Qatar during November. The national teams for senior males of the member clubs of the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) the world’s leading soccer organization participate during the FIFA World Cup.
They are the current winners of the FIFA World Cup are France. They took the title again in the 2018 tournament in Russia. A major and beloved features of the awaited tournament can be found in the FIFA World Cup song. This year , the FIFA World Cup will have numerous World song anthems for the tournament.
Two songs to celebrate this year’s World Cup have already been released: Hayya Hayya (Better Together) by Trinidad Cardona, Davido, and AISHA and Arhbo and Arhbo, which is which is sung by Gims and Ozuna. In addition, BTS has released the song “Yet to Be Here.” The track is loved by a lot of people all over the world.