The Spanish captain has taken on extra responsibility ahead of this summer's tournament in Russia.
Ramos uploaded a video to his Instagram page showing a sneak preview of the anthem alongside Spanish singer Demarco Flamenco.
In a cringe-worthy scene, the 32-year-old is filmed next to Flamenco as they both dance and belt out questionable lyrics.
They read: "Come on Spain, raise your voice! Shout with strength, shout for that goal!
"We can do it together, with heart. We are all dreaming about this dream."
The video has received over a remarkable 2.2million views on the first day and in the caption Ramos admitted the full version will be released on Friday.
Ramos, who only days ago lifted the Champions League title with Real Madrid, remains a hate-figure among Liverpool and Egyptian supporters.
His robust challenge on star man Mohamed Salah forced him off the field in tears with a dislocated leaving his World Cup chances in jeopardy.
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Some users posted comments on the video showing their anger towards Ramos, with one writing: "You little s***! Go injure some players, you are better at that."
Another added: "Sergio Ramos you should stick to Kung Fu. You are horrible at football and even worse at singing."
Salah has vowed to play for his country in Russia and doctors believe he has a good chance of making the opening match.
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