Pepsi's 'Sohna Tu' released its full music video and it's got netizens dancing to its groovy beat

Published 20 Jan, 2022 10:16am

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Pakistani Twitter is full of users 'vibing' to the 'catchy' song.

Photos: Haider Mustehsan/Instagram, Pepsi Pakistan/YouTube and Rozeo/Instagram
Photos: Haider Mustehsan/Instagram, Pepsi Pakistan/YouTube and Rozeo/Instagram

We love music that gets us up and dancing and netizens seem to unanimously agree that Pepsi's new song 'Sohna Tu' by Taha Malik featuring Aima Baig, Haider Mustehsan and Rozeo is an energising number that's got a great retro vibe — from the choreography to the lighting, people are loving the new song.

Pepsi released the full version on Jan 17 and captioned the music video, "We’ve dropped the beat, are you ready to move to it? Presenting the biggest dance track of the year. Join the movement, kyunke jab dil kahay tou, why not dance meri jaan," starting the #WhyNotDanceMeriJaan hashtag on Twitter.

Baig shared the music video on her Instagram saying, "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."

Pakistani Twitter has been telling her alright, they've flooded the platform with tweets expressing the effect the groovy beat has had on them. People are saying it has allowed for "a refreshing start to the year" and is "the song of 2022."

People are loving the trio — Baig, Mustehsan and Rozeo — and think they're a great combination.

Baig stans have been rushing to root for their queen.

The song has left some speechless.

Some netizens have been waiting for the song ever since the teaser was released and are not disappointed with the result that's "full of music, beats and energy."

There's great appreciation for Pepsi producing bangers in the past.

Some people called its music "infectious."

This user posted a dancing Pepsi can to depict how the song has them feeling.

The song is an all rounder for some.

But there were others who didn't care for it much.

The majority is convinced though — someone even said it's better than Coke Studio's recent release 'Tu Jhoom'.

People have also been quoting the lyrics  — this user tagged Asim Azhar and dedicated the song to him.

What did you think of the new song? Is it your new dance anthem?