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‘Home to Africa’ with Radio and Weasel is my best song- PJ Poweres

Weasle, PJ Powers and Radio during a press conference at Serena Hotel . Photo by Isaac Ssejjombwe

We all know Radio and Weasel have a song with PJ Powers known as “Home to Africa”, which is a redone version of her past song with the same title. What we did not know was the impact the song has had especially on Powers, until the press conference at Serena Hotel on Wednesday.

The South African legendary musician ranks the song 12 out of 10.

“If I was to rank the song, I would say it’s 12 out of 10 not because these two gentlemen are sitting besides me but because it was a match made in heaven,” PJ Powers said. “This is my best song currently and despite the fact that people say it’s a remix of the original ‘Home to Africa’, I say this is totally a different song all together.”

The musician explained that she decided to do a song with Radio and Weasel after she listened to their song “Plenty Plenty” song which convinced her to work with the two group.

The “Wozani” musician is in the country for her highly anticipated ‘Jabulani Charity Concert’ slated for this Friday at Kampala Serena Hotel.

 

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