Jungkook of BTS debuted his extremely anticipated World Cup tune, “Dreamers,” this weekend in the course of the opening ceremony in Qatar.
The South Korean singer was joined onstage Sunday by Qatari musician Fahad Al Kubaisi for an epic efficiency that included a blinding mild present and dozens of backup dancers wearing shiny, futuristic costumes.
“Look who we’re / We’re the dreamers / We make it occur ‘cause we believe it,” Jungkook sings in footage from the event. “Look who we are. We are the dreamers. We make it happen ‘cause we can see it.”
BTS record label Bighit Music announced Friday that Jungkook would perform his World Cup anthem during the opening ceremony at Qatar’s Al Bayt Stadium. The worldwide soccer match kicked off Sunday with a match between the host nation and Ecuador.
Jungkook’s “Dreamers” seems on the 2022 World Cup soundtrack alongside “Tukoh Taka,” that includes Nicki Minaj, Maluma and Myriam Fares; and “Hayya Hayya (Better Together),” that includes Davido, Trinidad Cardona and Aisha.
The 25-year-old vocalist’s World Cup debut comes months after the members of BTS revealed plans to “spend some time apart” and work on solo tasks to indicate followers who they’re as particular person artists. Nevertheless, a consultant for the band later clarified that BTS is “not on hiatus” and that it will “remain active in various formats.”
In October, Bighit introduced that the septet is “moving forward with plans to fulfill their [required] military service” in South Korea. The label defined that Jungkook, Jin, V, Suga, RM, Jimin and J-Hope will proceed to pursue particular person endeavors as they stagger their navy commitments and that they “are looking forward to reconvening as a group again around 2025.”