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The next FIFA World Cup unofficial song may come from a Catholic

2014-03-07

The musical career of Argentinian singer Kiki Troia begun by chance. In 1995 he went to a concert of Christian singer Martin Valverde and endend up playing the piano. 

Years laters, Valverde and Troia sung together 'All life is sacred,' a hymn to life in all its stages.

In 2002, Troia released his debut, called Huellas (in Spanish, Foot prints). Its ten songs are purely instrumental.

In his second album, though, Troia moves forward and sings. Some of the 10 songs even feature famous voices in Christian music.

Troia wrote a song speacially for the next Brazil FIFA World Cup. He hopes it goes viral and turns into the unofficial soundtrack of the event. The song's title is "A ganar o morir,” To Win or Die, and already has thousand of views on Youtube.


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