WATCH: West Indies players dance on Dwayne Bravo’s new track “World Champions”

Bravo's previous track "Champions" was a big hit among the fans and the song became the West Indies' anthem during their triumphant 2016 T20 World Cup campaign in India.

Abhinav Goel Author

Updated - 21 October 2021 3:19 pm

Veteran West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo took to Instagram to release the teaser of his new soundtrack. Several Caribbean cricketers like Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard, Andre Fletcher, Fabian Allen and Sunil Narine can be seen showcasing their dance moves alongside Bravo. The song is titled “World Champions” and a 25-second clip was shared by Bravo on social media.

Bravo has dedicated the song to West Indies' triumph in the T20 World Cup 2016 in India. West Indies defeated England in the final of the tournament in Kolkata to lift their second T20 WC. The video uploaded by Bravo has garnered over 159,946 views and more than 159,000 likes on Instagram.

Bravo released a short glimpse of his upcoming song and captioned it: "🚨NEW MUSIC!🚨#MaroonFans. It's almost time for the world premiere of "World Champions" 🎶🔥by the Champion @DJBravo47! #T20WorldCup #MissionMaroon 🏏🌴."

Watch the video here:

Bravo's previous track "Champions" was a big hit among the fans as the song became the West Indies' anthem during their triumphant 2016 T20 World Cup campaign in India. Similar to that song, Bravo’s upcoming song is set to have the same Caribbean flavour.

Watch Bravo's world famous track "Champions:

Notably, 38-year-old Bravo has played 40 Tests, 164 ODIs and 86 T20Is for West Indies since making his debut back in 2004. Bravo lifted the Caribbean Premier League trophy this year as he captained champions St Kitts & Nevis Patriots to their maiden CPL title. The swashbuckling all-rounder added another Twenty20 title to his impressive record when Chennai Super Kings (CSK) overcame Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in IPL 2021 final to win the competition for the fourth time.

Moreover, Bravo gave a fine bowling performance in IPL 2021. He scalped 14 wickets in 11 games at an impressive average of 18.78. West Indies will start their T20 World Cup defence on Saturday as they take on England in Dubai.