Weledde ta Juba, Saab J drop one song
Petersen, Welede ta Juba Saab J
By Mandela Nelson Denis
Two South Sudanese dancehall singers are expected to release their party gal audio on Friday while the video shooting shall be finalized next week, Petersen has confirmed.
In an interview with Juba Monitor, Petersen said “the party gal hit” is a club energy force song that talks about how youth and particularly girls in South Sudan do cause, confusion with their dance moves each time they set foot in the dance floor.
“Party gal is club song for party goers, the lyrics of the song explains the way party-gals wine and moves, hotter than fire, even other girls fear this party gal when it comes to dancing, “Bi izu zede”, “Bi alabu zede” are some of the verses in the song,” Petersen said
The song was produced by Kamba Da Baddest one of the most loved dancehall music producer, who was once based in Juba, but now producing at Jams Records in Kampala.
Saab Jay, who is part of the song, when contacted said, party gal ushers fan loving people to the weekend mood, stating that weekend starts on Friday as people leave work.
Petersen who collaborated with Saab J is known for informative songs such as “Uma tai”, “Haya gowi”, “Baibe come closer” and other songs.
This is the second party gal song after Queen Zee also doing a song titled party gal and shot its video a couple of weeks ago.