Ryan Tedder, Avril Lavigne, Luis Fonsi, Hussain Al Jassmi, Assala Nasri & Tamer Hosny Drops Special Olympics 2019 Anthem “Right Where I’m Supposed To Be”

Talk about bringing the world together, the Special Olympics 2019 anthem sees a collaboration from artists around the world. The song is titled “Right Where I’m Supposed To Be” and definitely speaks from the heart, making it the perfect track to be associated with the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games held in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

This isn’t the first time that Avril Lavigne has released a Special Olympics anthem, 2015 saw her release the awesome track “Fly”, which has become a treasured hit amongst her fans. This new song saw five out of the six artists perform at the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics 2019.

Watch Avril Lavigne, Luis Fonsi, Hussain Al Jassmi, Assala Nasri & Tamer Hosny Perform “Right Where I’m Supposed To Be” At The Special Olympics 2019 Here:

During the opening ceremony, Ryan Tedder wasn’t in attendance and so Luis Fonsi took over his vocals, creating an incredible harmony with Avril Lavigne during the paired lyrics. We so hope to see an Avril Lavigne and Luis Fonsi collaboration in the future.

The song is absolutely stunning and we love how they’ve brought these different artists from around the world for this one track. We also love the mix of languages, the song brings together English, Arabic, and Spanish, creating this into a worldly track that is beyond beautiful.

Alongside the release of the official single, the Special Olympics 2019 also dropped a visual on their official YouTube channel. The music video shows the artists recording the track whilst scenes of the Special Olympics are intercut throughout. It’s a visual that certainly touches our hearts and works well with the song.

Watch The Special Olympics 2019 Music Video To Anthem “Right Where I’m Supposed To Be” Here:

The track has been created by world-renowned producer, Quincy Jones, whilst it has been written by Ryan Tedder, Gregg Wells, and Nina Woodford. Gregg Wells also produced the track and can be seen in the music video. Additional credits are quoted as, Arabic music by Michel Fadel, Egyptian lyrics by Tamer Hosny, and Khaleeji lyrics by Khalid Al Awad; Taymoor Marmarchi was credited as Music Director & Executive Producer. As for the video, it has been directed by Diego Hurtado de Mendoza whilst David Zennie acted as Second Unit Director.

The Special Olympics 2019 ran between 14 March and 21 March which saw more than 1,700 athletes from 190 nations compete.

“Right Where I’m Supposed To Be” is available to download and stream, right now. All proceeds of the track will be donated to the Special Olympics.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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