Published on September 24th, 2022 | by Adrian Gunning


Today, Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) revealed the official soundtrack of the highly anticipated EA SPORTS™ FIFA 23, sharing the beats and rhythms that will accompany players through the most expansive FIFA to date.

Featuring more than 100 songs from an array of artists, the newly minted FIFA 23 soundtrack defies genres, bringing together voices from around the world. Showcasing a range of global hitmakers, like Bad Bunny and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, as well as rising stars, such as Baby Tate, Ibeyi, and Pheelz, the extensive track list embodies the rich, global nature of football.

“This year’s soundtrack demonstrates the breadth of the world’s love for the game, capturing sounds from all sides of the globe,” said Raphaella Lima, Global Music Marketing Director at EA. “We wanted to emphasize the importance of our global football community through music and we’re excited to partner with this incredible group of artists to provide the songs and anthems for the most expansive FIFA ever.”

Fans can also show their support for their favorite musicians through FIFA Ultimate Team™ Kits designed by artists including Jack Harlow, ROSALÍA, Pheelz, Central Cee and more. The customized kits, designed to personify each artists’ personality, will be available to unlock through a series of objectives from 27th September*.

The Menu Soundtrack welcomes players to FIFA 23 with 57 fresh melodies from fan favorites including FKA Twigs, Flume, MILKBLOOD, Phoenix, Sampa The Great, ODESZA and more.|

The playlist showcases a wide variety of sounds, ranging from Angolan pop singer, PONGO, to Argentine hip hop artist, Trueno and beyond.

Additionally, this year’s VOLTA FOOTBALL Soundtrack captures the authentic, bold feel of street football with tracks from Nas, Denzel Curry, Quevedo, Remi Wolf and more. The carefully curated mixture of hip hop, alternative, electronic dance and pop music transports players directly into the game of street football.

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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