Yesterday we brought you the preview of Ricky Martin’s “Vida” 2014 World Cup Song. A day later the complete version has been released, and it’s here for you to enjoy in the video player on top.
Ricky Martin teases his fans on social media with a 30-second clip of his new song “Vida,” which forms part of the 2014 World Cup official soundtrack.
He invited his fans to join in on the fun by tweeting out a Soundcloud teaser adding “come on gang, lets ReTweet ;O).”
— Ricky Martin (@ricky_martin) April 21, 2014
“Vida,” which is the Spanish word for life, is a vibrant and tropical jam mixed with fusions of calypso and Latin flavor.
More over, the music video is just as fun and lively.
Geared up in shorts and sleeveless shirts, a tatted up Ricky Martin is more than ready for the World Cup, as he headed to Brazil, home of the 2014 World Cup, to give “Vida” to the video.
The 42-year-old filmed in the midst of crowds and fanfare in Rio, Brazil and made great use of its gorgeous beaches, according to Daily Mail.
But the “Living la Vida Loca” singer is not the only artist making a “goaaaaaaal” with his music.
Other Latino artists have also earned a spot in the World Cup production.
More Latin gems in the soundtrack
Pitbull has landed the official song for the 2014 FIFA World Cup with “We Are One (Ole Ola)” featuring Jennifer Lopez and Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte.
The talented trio will perform the song during the Brazil World Cup opening ceremony on June 12 in Sao Paulo.
The track will appear on the official FIFA World Cup album, “One Love, One Rhythm.”
Colombian legend Carlos Vives also has a song for the World Cup, as he teamed up with Brazilian singers Gaby Amarantos and David Correy to record the official Coca-Cola 2014 Brazil World Cup anthem.