“Sohna Tu” by Pepsi Takes Pakistan Into A New Era Of Music

The full music video and song of "Sohna Tu" by Pepsi is here and it's all netizens can talk about. From the electric choreography to the groovy song itself.

Welcome to the new era of Pakistani music brought to you by Pepsi.

Now that we are in 2022, it’s time we dive into the contemporary music world everyone in the world is raving about and Pepsi has done it. The new song by Pepsi called “Sohna Tu” is being called music and cinematic masterpiece and netizens are not wrong!

Take a look yourself.

From the song itself to choreography to editing and lighting, netizens are going crazy over how good this song is. Netizens have been praising singers, dancers, editors, and producers for bringing out this musical gem.

Aima excitedly announced this music video on Instagram by captioning it “They tell us to hold back but we say dance dance dance, because why not meri Jaan! Check out my new song with Pepsi Pakistan and tell me you’re in love with it as much as I am! #WhyNotDanceMeriJaan.”

The full version was released on January 17th and since then it has been trending on Twitter. With Pakistani netizens playing it on repeat and enjoying the contemporary groovy beat of the song.

Some even compared the new musical hit from Coke Studio “Tu Jhoom” by Abida Parveen and Naseebo Lal to “Sohna Tu” by Pepsi.

“Sohna Tu” sung by Taha Malik along with Aima Baig, Javed Bashir, HYDR, and Rozeo is full of positive groovy vibes and out there sticking attires. Aima Baig, Rozeo, and Haider Mustehsan show off their electric dance moves.

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