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Will Smith, Nicky Jam to perform official 2018 World Cup song

After the excitement of England's World Cup squad announcement, the Exploding Heads are here to break the bad news to those who didn't make the cut.

Will Smith and Nicky Jam have been locked in to perform the official 2018 World Cup song, according to multiple reports.

Kosovo singer Era Istrefi will also reportedly be featured on the Diplo-produced track.

The Fresh Prince has a big task ahead of him if he is to live up to such standards as Shakira's 2010 anthem, "Waka Waka," and Ricky Martin's 1998 classic, "Cup of Life."

While it's almost certain that an original track will be written for Russia 2018, The Toe Poke wonders if Smith might just appropriate one of his old songs to fit the bill.

Iceland would got nuts for "Gettin' Siggy Wit It," while "Big Willian Style" would no doubt be a smash hit. Right?

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