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REDONE – “DREAMERS”

The industry-renowned producer celebrates a victory off the pitch with new #1 hit for the FIFA World Cup.

RedOne is a powerhouse. You may not recognise his name, but his production prowess has graced us with sensational songs like Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance”, and Sean Kingston’s “Fire Burning” – among an abundance of others. The producer has a knack for dreaming up hit after hit; once again, RedOne brings the heat with “Dreamers”. Employing the vocal chops of none other than the K-pop sensation Jung Kook, this new track has already earned the title of the most successful FIFA World Cup Song in the world. There’s no way around it – “Dreamers” is simply fuel to the already flaming fire.

While we won’t know who won this year’s World Cup until the 18th of December, RedOne has every reason to celebrate. “Dreamers” has now found its way to the #1 spot in a multitude of charts – namely Spotify and iTunes. Also reaching #1 on TikTok, which is nonetheless a significant marker of success – RedOne has hit it out of the park once again. The producer also put his artistry to work in other tracks featured in the FIFA World Cup soundtrack such as “Hayya Hayya (Better Together)” featuring the Afrobeats giant Davido.

About these collaborations, RedOne reflects: “First and foremost, I am a huge football fan, so to be part of the World Cup is a profound honour. Music is synonymous with football-the emotion, the passion, the euphoria, the unexpected, the harmonious beauty, even the moments of deep reflection. And like football, music is also a universal language, it can break down barriers and truly unite people.”

If there’s anyone who can bring people together with the power of music, it’s RedOne. And, with a star-studded roster of collaborations – it’s hard to even imagine what’s on the horizon for him. But there’s one thing we do know – whatever it is, it’s bound to be a hit.

To watch the music video of RedOne’s new track “Dreamers” featuring Jung Kook, head below…

REDONE – “DREAMERS”

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