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Ranking every World Cup Song

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#12. The Cup of Life - Ricky Martin (1998)

Before releasing pop behemoth "Livin' La Vida Loca," Ricky Martin recorded the official song of France 98 - The Cup of Life. The extremely catchy Latin-flavoured tune caught the public's imagination as it went to No. 1 in several countries. Australia, for example, couldn't get enough of it as it stayed at the top of the charts for six weeks and was the most popular song of 1998. It seemed like Ricky Martin was talking about something other than football in this song. But his rousing carnavalesque screamer brought soccer anthems to a new level when it made charts worldwide and officially set off the so-called Latin music explosion when he performed it on the Grammys. All of this makes this song a Classic, and forever timeless World Cup tune.

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#12. The Cup of Life - Ricky Martin (1998)

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Before releasing pop behemoth "Livin' La Vida Loca," Ricky Martin recorded the official song of France 98 - The Cup of Life. The extremely catchy Latin-flavoured tune caught the public's imagination as it went to No. 1 in several countries. Australia, for example, couldn't get enough of it as it stayed at the top of the charts for six weeks and was the most popular song of 1998. It seemed like Ricky Martin was talking about something other than football in this song. But his rousing carnavalesque screamer brought soccer anthems to a new level when it made charts worldwide and officially set off the so-called Latin music explosion when he performed it on the Grammys. All of this makes this song a Classic, and forever timeless World Cup tune.

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