The music video for the FIFA single “The World Is Yours to Take,” which was inspired by Tears For Fears, was released by Lil Baby and Budweiser when the world watched the news of Argentina’s stunning victory over France in the 2022 World Cup final.
The song was first made available in September as a part of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 soundtrack in collaboration with Budweiser, the event’s official beer. Two international remixes by the Argentine rapper Paulo Londra and the Brazilian producer Papatinho, who have cameos in the new video, followed.
The chorus and the song’s visuals, shot in the desert by Canadian director Director X, were influenced by Tears For Fears’ “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” music video. Other scenes showcase extra foreign musicians, DJs, and innovators while Lil Baby is seen strolling through FIFA World Cup stadiums, greeting Londra and Papatinho.
Additionally, there are highlights from the rapper’s performance at the Budweiser event at BUDX Doha and images from the World Cup competition, such as Argentina’s celebrations on the 2022 World Cup stage.
In the final minute of the clip, Director X makes an appearance as a behind-the-scenes montage wraps out the treatment. I’m someplace in the World Cup. I’m not in your league. Lil Baby captioned a candid video compilation of the video’s filming two weeks ago. Lil Baby and EST Gee wrote the song “Back and Forth” together.