What song does Inter Miami play every time they score a goal?

Inter Miami are scoring goals. Yes, they have been doing it for a couple of years now, but since Lionel Messi's debut less than a week ago, the rest of the world has taken notice, too. 

During this process, fans who are joining the bandwagon have also discovered that the club enjoys celebrating those goals by blasting the DRV PNK Stadium's speaker system with some highly divisive earworms.

I mean, you love them. Or you hate them.

Inter Miami goal song

The songs in question are two, and two very famous among Latino audiences:

  • Danza Kuduro 
  • Vivir Mi Vida

Danza Kuduro was released in 2010 by Puerto Rican reggaeton rapper Don Omar, and it was an immediate success. The song topped rankings all over the world and was featured in the multi-billion-dollar movie saga "Fast & Furious" in 2011, specifically in Fast Five.

The official video of Danza Kuduro on YouTube has over 1.4 billion views.

In terms of accomplishment, Vivir Mi Vida doesn't fall far behind. The infectious melody hit the radio waves in 2013 in the voice of none other than Marc Anthony, the top selling tropical salsa artist of all time. 

The song has 1.1 billion views on YouTube and the lyrics kind of channel the reasons why Messi decided to come to Miami instead of staying in Europe or going to Saudi Arabia. 

"Voy a reír, voy a bailar

Vivir mi vida, la la la la

Voy a reír, voy a gozar

Vivir mi vida, la la la la."

Translation? "I'll laugh, I'll dance, live my life, la la la la. I'll laugh, I'll enjoy, live my life, la la la la."

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