EA Sports have released the FIFA 21 soundtrack for both the standard modes of the game and for the "street" mode Volta Football, which gets a separate set of sounds. Artists like Mac Miller, Sia, Dua Lipa, and Royal Blood make their way into the track list.
Along with player ratings and stadiums, which were announced in the previous weeks, the soundtrack is the other key to our FIFA experience outside of the actual gameplay. To which tunes we're going to kick a ball? Some decent ones. Some meh ones. Some great ones. Let's give this a look and a listen.
FIFA 21 Soundtrack
The standard FIFA 21 soundtrack includes 36 songs in varying genres, though as is the case in the past few years, hip-hop and R&B take the front stage for the most part. Among the notable exceptions are Royal Blood, Tame Impala, and Glass Animals, who add some indie flavor to the usual formula.
The FIFA 21 Volta Football soundtrack holds a lot more gems, clocking in at 55 songs total. It leans even heavier on the main genres mentioned above, which is understandable given the playful nature of Volta. Deceased rapper Mac Miller headlines the list with his track Blue World. British legends The Prodigy and their 1994 track Poison also bless the Volta soundtrack, while on the more modern side of things we have Sia and Stormzy.
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Completing the Britishness is none other than Idris Elba. Usually known for his acting chops, the man pairs up with Kah-Lo on the track Ballie. You can see why he's better known as an actor and not a musician.
You can find the complete list of FIFA 21 songs on EA's official site.