FIFA 23 presented the soundtrack for the game that will be released on September 27, with the news of more than one hundred original songs.
The new soundtrack of FIFA 23 defies genres, uniting voices from around the world. Featuring a range of global hitmakers such as bad bunny Y Yeah Yeah Yeahsgreat representatives of Latin American music such as Thunder along with Victor HerediaY Badshah ft. J Balvin and Tainyand stars who are gaining popularity, such as Baby Tate, IbeyiY pheelzthe extensive list of successes incorporates the richness and global nature of football.
“This year’s soundtrack demonstrates the breadth of the world’s love for the game, capturing sounds from every corner of the globe,” said Raphaella Lima, Global Director of Music Marketing at EA. “We wanted to emphasize the importance of our global soccer community through music and are excited to partner with this incredible group of artists to provide the anthems and songs of the FIFA longest of all time.”
Fans will also be able to show their support for their favorite musicians through Kits FIFA UltimateTeam designed by artists, including Jack Harlow, ROSALÍA, Pheelz, Central Cee and many more. Custom kits, designed to personify each artist, will be available to unlock through a series of objectives beginning September 27*.
The Soundtrack of the menu welcomes FIFA 23 players with 57 new tunes from fan-favorite artists, including FKA Twigs, Flume, MILKBLOOD, Phoenix, Sampa The Great, ODESZA and more. The playlist features a wide variety of sounds, ranging from Angolan pop singer, I PUTto the Argentinian hip hop artist, Thunder and many more.
Additionally, this year’s VOLTA FOOTBALL soundtrack captures the authentic and gritty feel of street football to the beat of Nas, Denzel Curry, Quevedo, Remi Wolf and more. The carefully selected mix of hip hop, alternative music, electronic dance and pop transports players directly into street soccer.
The soundtrack of FIFA 23 is now available to play on Spotify.