The official anthem of Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi 2019, ‘Right Where I’m Supposed To Be’, has been released with all proceeds going to Special Olympics programs across the world.

Produced by the Grammy Award-winning Greatest Showman soundtrack Producer, Greg Wells, alongside Honorary Executive Producer and 28-time Grammy Winner, Quincy Jones, the song has been co-written by Wells, Ryan Tedder and Nina Woodford and features Luis Fonsi, singer of smash-hit single ‘Despacito’, Canadian singer Avril Lavigne and regional music artists Emirati singer Hussain Al Jassmi, Syrian superstar Assala Nasri, and Egyptian singer Tamer Hosny.

‘Right Where I’m Supposed To Be’, was revealed for the first time at the Opening Ceremony of the World Games in front of more than 40,000 fans at Zayed Sports City Stadium and fans can now download the track on the iTunes Store , listen online at Apple Music as well as all other digital stores and watch the official video online .

Costing AED 2.99 per download, every single dirham will be donated to more then 190 Special Olympics programs around the globe. The money will help the programs with their mission of supporting and empowering thousands of athletes with intellectual disabilities via the power of sport.

The 4:15 minute anthem has been put together by some of the biggest names in the music industry. It is co-written by Ryan Tedder, lead singer of chart-topping boy band, OneRepublic, and Grammy award-winning Canadian songwriters, Greg and Nina Woodford.

The official video was premiered during last night’s Closing Ceremony of the World Games at Zayed Sports City Stadium.

The song has been a big hit throughout the Games and has been played in all of the nine venues in Abu Dhabi and Dubai as well as the award ceremonies of all 24 sports competitions.

Artist images can be downloaded, here: