First FIFA World Cup Theme Song to Debut at No. 1 On The Billboard Charts2 min read
On November 20, a cultural performance at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar, marked the beginning of the FIFA World Cup 2022. Even while there was a lot to enjoy about the occasion, the BTS singer Jungkook‘s performance on his brand-new song, “Dreamers,” was the highlight. After the performance, the track’s popularity spread all around the world.
Jungkook’s Dreamers Gain Popularity
According to reports, Jungkook’s “Dreamers” won the top spot in the iTunes Top Songs in 102-103 countries in 2 days as well as 104 nations in 4 days after its release on the international music service iTunes.
“Dreamers” was at the top of the global iTunes song chart up until today. Additionally, the song has spent six days straight comfortably at the top of the European (Europe) iTunes Song Chart.
Official Music Video: Dreamers
On November 22, two days after an opening ceremony, the official music video for “Dreamers” was made available. The singer was shown dancing and touring in the song on the streets of Qatar, which is hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The ethereal tune is included on the iconic football film’s official soundtrack. The BTS singer was seen onstage with Qatari musician Fahad Al-Kubaisi in the video.
A video from Jungkook’s “Dreamers” has become popular on social media. Questioning: Why? Well, it included the singer performing the Brahmastra song Kesariya by Ranbir Kapoor as well as Alia Bhatt. A fan edit was used. The Dreamers graphics had been set to Kesariya by a passionate fan. Fans were reminded of Ranbir and Alia dancing in the bylanes of Banaras when they saw a scene of Jungkook performing in a commercial district in Qatar. The dance mix rendition of Kesariya was used in the fan edit.
Despite BTS’ extended break, Dreamers marks Jung Kook’s 2nd solo song of the year. “Left and Right”, his earlier project, included singer Charlie Puth.