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Popular FIFA songs!

With FIFA 2014's inauguration is less than two hours away now, we might realise that its not just the sport that draws us to it, but even those spirited songs and anthems for FIFA both official and not, that's united millions of lives! Here are the very recent ones, but feel free to add up more of the famed ones!

We Are One (Ole Ola) [The Official 2014 FIFA World Cup Song] (Audio)

Featuring Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte, this is the official song of FIFA 2014. The song's good, and the lyrics are, too. But its drawing flak and dislike everywhere as the music has no Brazilian feel to it. Nonetheless, it still finds itself at the top!

Shakira - La La La (Brazil 2014) ft. Carlinhos Brown

This Shakira ft. Carlinhos brown song is a rather huge hit compared to the official FIFA 2014 song. It has got all the countries portrayed beautifully, and the song just about gives it all a life. The biggie players have cameos in this. Its reached THAT much popularity that I think we won't be surprised if this is performed in the inauguration or the closing ceremonies!

Shakira - Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) (The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup™ Song)

Waka Waka went on to become a viral hit all over the globe, and was an absolute treat to the heart, and the body, too! With strong African features of music and whatnot present in the video with undiscriminating portrayal each participating country has received, what with those awesome lyrics, 'This time for Africa' indeed it was!

FIFA World Cup 2010 South Africa Official Theme Song-Wavin' Flag

If Shakira brought out the glam and glitz of soccer, K'naan brought out the earthly spirit of basic soccer into it and lit up the hearts of people everywhere. Though the song was Coca Cola's promotional theme that time, it caught on very quick!

Akon - Oh Africa

How can anyone go without just liking this?! The top players also have sizable cameos in the video. With Akon and Keri Hilson spicing things up with perhaps the best awe-inspiring lyrics and music with African elements completely dominating all of the song, we might as well have felt that THIS connected more with FIFA 2010. Right or wrong?