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Sean Paul Creates Official Theme Song For The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup

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The tournament will begin in June 2, 2024. It will be played in USA and the West Indies

Sean Paul has released the official theme song for this year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. The Grammy award-winning musician was on the song together with Soca superstar Kes. The song is known as ‘Out of this World’.
This new song is expected to create excitement and set the tone for cricket’s biggest extravaganza. The tournament will begin in June 2, 2024. The competition will be made up of 20 teams that will compete 55 matches. It will be played in USA and the West Indies.
The music video is full of familiar faces like Olympic superstar Usain Bolt, USA bowler Ali Khan, Shivnarine Chanderpaul. It also includes other Caribbean personalities like West Indies cricket icons Chris Gayle and Stafanie Taylor. The song is produced by renowned Trinidanian Michael “Tano” Montano.
The organizers of the tournament has encouraged fans to upload videos dancing to the “knock it out of this world” dance. World superstar Sean Paul said that he believes that cricket and music are very similar because they bring people together.
Sean Paul insisted that the song is meant to make Caribbean people feel good about themselves. He hopes to bring the party to the stadiums.
On the other hand, Kes said that he is proud to associated with a song that is meant to bring joy to so many Caribbean people. He insisted that the Caribbean culture will always embrace cricket and feel-good music.
Kes thanked the entire creative team for composing a song that showcases the energy and vibrant culture of cricket. He encouraged the fans to sing along to the music.
Ticket box offices will be open across the Caribbean in nations like Trinidad and Tobago, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Guyana, Barbados, Antigua and Barbuda.

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