Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar Daddy Yankee (best known for 2000s party anthems “Gasolina” and “Impacto”) has released the first FIFA World Cup 2010 inspired song that we know of – “Grito Mundial” (or “World Cup Shout” in English).
The high energy track was released yesterday via simultaneous video premiers on Latin television show “Primer Impacto” and MTV network Mun2 in the United States. It will appear on Daddy Yankee’s upcoming album “Daddy Yankee Mundial.”
The video for “Grito Mundial” was filmed in Argentina and Brazil. It features a sequence filmed at Boca Juniors legendary La Bombonera stadium during half-time the club’s meeting with Chacarita in Novemebr 2009. Additional Argentine footage was filmed in the Buenos Aires neighborhoods of Lugano and Finochietto.
Brazil-based footage for “Grito Mundial” was filmed in Río de Janeiro favela Tavares Bastos.
Here’s a look at the video for “Grito Mundial” and some behind the scenes action.