Friday, 24 January 2014

Jennifer Lopez, Claudia Leitte & Pitbull To Sing In World Cup Opening Ceremony

In South Africa, Shakira has wooed the crowd  including the late Nelson Mandela with her Waka Waka during the World Cup,  this time Jennifer Lopez will be travelling to Brazil in June with rapper Pitbull and popular Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte, to do their collaboration, the football’s governing body did not elaborate on when We Are One (Ole Ola) will be released, this version is written and co-produced by Pitbull, the song “is set to bring the passion of Brazil to the world” and “ignite the excitement felt by football fans” for the tournament kicking off in June.
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While Jennifer Lopez may not certain if she is getting married to Clasper Smart, she is definitely sure of bringing the roof down when she sings at the World Cup opening ceremony, Lopez spoke about her soccer background. “I grew up in a house that loved futbol,” she said, “so I am thrilled to be performing at the World Cup Opening Ceremonies with Pitbull and Claudia Leitte.”
Pitbull tweeted: “One song brings the world together #WeAreOne@JLo@ClaudiaLeitte @FIFAcom #WorldCup” the bilingual superstar wrote, and posted a photo of himself with Leitte, currently a judge on The Voice Brasil.
“We Are One (Ole Ola)” will debut ahead of the World Cup, and will be included on the upcoming Official 2014 FIFA World Cup Album which will be released by Sony. A video is currently being filmed for the song.

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The FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke said. “In my many visits to this country, I’ve seen and heard a lot about the great Brazilian music tradition, and it gives me great pleasure to see a Brazilian artist at the heart of this song. I’m sure, like me, millions of football and music fans all over the world will be eagerly awaiting the song’s release.”
Leitte said she is looking forward to “dancing samba with Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez in Brazil”.

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