PERFORMANCE: Jungkook and Qatari famous singer, Fahad Al Kubaisi, to release and perform 'Dreamers' the final World Cup song on 20 November 2022 KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, November 19, 2022

PERFORMANCE: Jungkook and Qatari famous singer, Fahad Al Kubaisi, to release and perform 'Dreamers' the final World Cup song on 20 November 2022

Fahad Al Kubaisi is literally the most famous qatari singer and he is so loved here. the national anthem was recorded by him and he made a song 2 years ago for the world cup and it’s the locals favorite till now THIS SONG WILL BE A GP HIT.

Jungkook & Fahad Al Kubaisi to release & perform 'Dreamers' the final World Cup song on 20 Nov.

Qatari singer Fahad Al Kubaisi is eagerly anticipating the FIFA World Cup, which will get underway at Al Bayt Stadium on November 20.

The FIFA World Cup Ambassador believes the tournament will showcase the Middle East and Arab world in a positive light while uniting people from across the globe.

“The World Cup is an exceptional tournament for everyone in our region,” said Al Kubaisi. “We are so excited to welcome everyone and unite them here in Qatar, where they will see our peace, development and love. I think this is the most important message to people visiting us.”

Al Kubaisi recorded ‘Ahlan, Ahlan’, the official song for the 2019 Arabian Gulf Cup, which was also held in Qatar. It became a popular hit across the region as Qatar once again showcased its event hosting expertise.

“I love the sports music genre as it resonates with so many people,” said Al Kubaisi. “It unites everyone – with sports music, fans feel like you are translating their emotions through song.”

He continued: “I was so proud to hear people singing and humming along to ‘Ahlan, Ahlan’ – it was a favourite for people in Qatar and across the Arab region. Everyone loved it – not just football fans.”

Al Kubaisi earned a degree in physical education and sports science from Qatar University before prioritising his singing career. Through his music, he aims to deliver positive, meaningful messages. He also sees the similarities between music and sport.

“When we were examined at university, we were tested on rhythm, which is crucial for any athlete. This link is scientific – it is important for athletes to act like artists,” he said.

Al Kubaisi is also well known for being a big supporter of the Qatar national team. The Maroons are preparing to compete in their first World Cup and will face Ecuador, the Netherlands and Senegal in Group A.

“I am very optimistic about our team. Our players are very ambitious and this is reflected in recent performances, including the Asian Cup win in 2019,” said Al Kubaisi.

He added: “For Qataris, the first whistle on the opening match day will mark the achievement of a nation’s dream. Everyone in Qatar, one way or another, has contributed to the success of the tournament. I am beyond proud to see all the efforts pay off. We cannot wait to see our nation’s promise delivered.”

Today’s competitions were attended by Abdul Moniem Al Hashemi, Chairman of the UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation, President of the Asian Ju-Jitsu Union and Senior Vice President of the Jiu-Jitsu International Federation, Mohammed Salem Al Dhaheri, Vice Chairman of the UAE Jiu-Jitsu Federation, Mohamed Bin Dalmouk Al Dhaheri Board Member of the Federation, Saeed Ali Al Ghafli, Director of the Support Services Department at the Family Development Foundation, Mohammed Haji Al Khouri, Director-General of the Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation, Dr Mubarak Saeed Al Shamsi, Director-General of the Abu Dhabi Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, and Fahad Ali Al Shamsi, Secretary General of the UAEJJF.

Mohammed Salem Al Dhaheri, Vice Chairman of the UAEJJF, praised the athletes who took out remarkable performances today and said the ADWPJJC is currently entering the most decisive stage.

“The substantial public turnout during the championship demonstrates the rising levels of public awareness of the importance of this sport and its contribution to community growth. Abu Dhabi, as pioneer in the sport, has helped to create a foundation of champions that participate in this major event and other world championships,” he said.


Abu Dhabi commemorates Leandro Lo


The ADWPJJC has dedicated a special corner to commemorate Leandro Lo, one of the greatest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu champions, who passed away at the age of 33, recently. Lo is considered one of the legends of the game and five times ADWPJJC Champion.

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Good performance by UAE champions in the country qualifying round

The UAE champions, including Hamda Alshkeili (49 kg), Abdullah Al Kubaisi (94 kg), Asma Al Hosani (55 kg), Khaled Al Amri (85 kg), Mayed Alshehhi (56 kg), and Abdulla Al Junaibi (77 kg), were able to secure a spot for them in the next round of the Professional competitions in various categories, belts, and weights. Tomorrow, the athletes will hit the field in pursuit of medal success and a spectacular finale to the season.

Hamda Alshkeili, a purple belt from Baniyas Club, said she is prepared for the match tomorrow: “The competitions in Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship are challenging as it brings together seasoned champions who may have significant experience. I'll fight with all my might to take home the gold,” she promised.

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