FIFA 20 soundtrack represents globalized music at its very best.
It features more than 104 songs representing more than 20 countries to create another one-of-a-kind international music experience.


The final FIFA 20 soundtrack was announced on September 13, 2019.
FIFA has traditionally been gaming’s foremost international showcase for new artists of every genre and with FIFA 20, EA have once again created a soundtrack that will enable millions of fans worldwide to discover new music they might have never heard otherwise. FIFA has been credited with various stars on a global scale and now commands such status that featuring on the playlist is a highly sought-after spot for up-and-coming bands. For many players of the game now, EA Trax is effectively their Spotify – the playlist of songs they will hear more than most others for the coming year.
For the first time ever, EA releases two separate soundtracks: the main one and the VOLTA FOOTBALL soundtrack. You can hear every song /watch the video, clicking over its name, as soon as the page is fully loaded.
The FIFA 20 soundtrack features marquee names like UK grime icon Skepta; American neo-soul hitmaker BJ The Chicago Kid; Spanish vocalists – and VMA showstoppers – ROSALÍA & Ozuna; Israeli singer/songwriter Dennis Lloyd; hot Philly female rapper Tierra Whack; London indie rockers Another Sky; DC breakout rapper GoldLink; Norwegian R&B stars Fieh; Brooklyn singer-songwriter Cautious Clay; UK rock favorites Foals; Australian electropop star Flume; Florida rapper/singer Dominic Fike; UK hip-hop musician and Mercury Prize nominee Loyle Carner; and The S.L.P., the solo project of Serge Pissorno from Kasabian featuring London rapper/singer Little Simz.
VOLTA FOOTBALL’s soundtrack is packed with all-new buzz tracks from artists that include Diplo’s electronic trio Major Lazer; Norwegian viral sensation JB Scofield; reunited Cash Money icons Birdman & Juvenile; legendary Italian DJ Benny Benassi; the Heavy Baile sounds of Brazilian DJ Leo Justi; hot Chicago duo Louis The Child; the Mexico/U.S. hip-hop/EDM collaboration Don Elektron; underground L.A. producer Hoodboi; Harlem rapper Skizzy Mars; Guernsey electronic phenom Mura Masa; and Grammy nominated soul/funk/hip-hop innovator Anderson .Paak.