Juls and Wande Coal team up again on Sister Girl

Posted on

Since Juls crossed the borders of Ghana to invest his talent in the Nigerian music industry, his projects have been clear indicators of his relentlessness and they have yielded a total revamp of our Afrobeat sound. From his collaborations with Mr Eazi to So Mi So; his first with Wande Coal: an undeniable fan favorite, he is finessing his way through our industry and our hearts with his penchant for heavy bass drums: reminiscent of the Gqom which feature heavily in his latest collaboration: Sister Girl with Wande Coal.

Like its predecessor: Saa Ara, Sister Girl is built around Juls’s growing versatility and investment in African elements which he injects in the bass driven soundscape of a variety of drums and frenetic, mellow synths complete with jazzy trimmings that match Wande Coal’s disjointed but interesting narrative which ends in a spiritual verse articulated in Juls’s native dialect that alludes his feelings for a muse who is everything he wants but is levels above him.

Once again, Juls and Wande Coal have succeeded in making themselves relevant in every upbeat and groovy scene in West Africa and beyond, this season and till Sister Girl wears us out, we’ll be moving along to its bass lines.

0 Comments

Share your hot takes