Epic, Ultra & United: 2018 World Cup Anthems to Fire You Up, Latin-style!

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The 2018 World Cup brings together iconic entertainers uniting for a global celebration in the name soccer.

From Colombia's Maluma to Uruguay's Natalia Oreiro, the 2018 World Cup anthems feature some the biggest names in Latin music who have united with other superstars. Here are some the epic musical ferings inspiring fans celebrating the sport, victories and unity.

"One Life" 

The monumental opening "One Life" feels like a thrilling and dramatic opening for the next superhero film. Enter Nicky Jam, Will Smith and Era Istrefi and the global anthem to usher in the World Cup feels like one collective moment with humanity. Add Diplo as a co-producer and co-writer to the mix and the power unity theme takes f. Publilius Syrus was right: "Where there is unity there is always victory." See "One Life" here:

“Colors”

The swagger Jason Derulo and Maluma is undeniable. Together the superstars unite for "Colors," the ficial Coca-Cola anthem in Spanish directed by Jessy Terrero. "In many parts the world, it's a way life," says Maluma, who as a child growing up in Colombia wanted to be a pressional al soccer player. See “Colors” here:

"Positivo" 

Colombian rapper J Balvin and Haitian DJ Michael Brun team up for "Positive" and in the same soccer feature fans the game and the united effort as part the ficial Telemundo's ficial World Cup song and video. See "Positivo" here:

"United by Love" 

Uruguayan singer/actress Natalia Oreiro is featured in "United by Love," a cinematic and multilingual track and video fers hope and unity. Themed around Russia, Oreiro celebrates the 2018 World Cup in song, dance and lovers soccer.  See "United by Love" here:

"90 Minutos" (Futbol Mode)

Prince Royce and ChocQuibTown deliver a highly energetic track themed around the love the sport anchored by a romantic narrative. With only 90 minutes left, what happens next is both a celebration soccer and amor. Check out "90 Minutes" here: