Soccer is arguably the most popular sport in the world and with the World Cup going down next year, Soccer mania is reaching a fever pitch all around the world. With that said, AT&T enlisted five-time Latin GRAMMY winners Jesse & Joy to create a rousing soccer anthem dedicated to Mexican National team fans in the U.S., with the goal to further ignite the passion and show that soccer has no language or culture barriers.
The song Corazón de Campeón has been downloaded nearly 8,000 times between iTunes downloads and free promotional downloads on corazondecampeon.net. It has also been played in exhibition games across the country, and was performed live for the first time at Hispanicize, the annual Latino trends events for media, social media, marketing and music.
The video is simply stunning with a majority of the scenes, including the scenes of players entering the field, being shot in Barcelona, Spain, and the opening images portraying the Aztecs, Revolutionaries, and the Barber scene celebration were shot in México City.
The good folks at AT&T sponsored this post. Let’s hope the Mexican Team makes it to the World Cup and that we can find a good spot Uptown to catch the games. Viva Mexico!