Some fans think FIFA got it wrong with their choice for the 2014 World Cup Song. (Source: MGN)
(RNN) - If you're familiar with the World Cup, you know a semi-major part of it is its music ... although not nearly as important as men running around kicking a ball in an attempt to score goals.
But nonetheless, every time the World Cup rolls around, FIFA chooses an anthem and a song that best represent its host country and then releases an entire album comprised of artists from around the globe.
However, questions are being raised as to how authentic We Are One (Ole Ola) really is because Pitbull was born in the United States to Cuban parents and Jennifer Lopez is also American, with Puerto Rican parents. Claudia Leitte is a Brazilian pop star but she's only given about 30 seconds of singing time in the song. A little backwards, eh?
Shakira, who is from Colombia, sang the well-known 2010 World Cup Song Waka Waka, and she appears to have done it again this year - at least in the fans' eyes. Her song on this year's FIFA World Cup Album is outdoing the two official songs - which leaves us wondering, did FIFA get it wrong?