‘Party Girls’ By Victoria Monet Featuring Buju Banton Dubbed “The Anthem Of The Summer”

Written by: Adela Scotland

“Let’s hear it for the party girls lighting up the world.”

“Party Girls” featuring the vocals of Victoria Monet and Buju Banton is a sensual fusion of dancehall and R&B with the rhythms of Middle Eastern Flute. The single has been dubbed “The Anthem of the Summer,” by multiple entertainment magazines.

When one thinks about a party girl, someone confident, spontaneous, and with undeniable desirability comes to mind. In the ‘Party Girls’ video, Victoria Monet a 34 American-born singer, songwriter, and music producer with indisputable star power, oozes these qualities and empowers women to embrace their inner ‘party girl.’

The slow, high-pitched flute at the start of the song locks the listener in a trance before revealing Monet’s stunning vocals, which trap the listener with seductive lyrics. Throughout the duration of the song, the harmonisation between Monet’s slow, seductive R&B and Buju Banton’s vivacious rap, creates a listening experience that never gets old. Throughout the song, the flute motif is repeated along with a variation of Monet’s voice and Buju’s voice which heightens the sensual appeal of the song.

Moreover, the music video radiates passion as the camera pans from an enchanted Buju Banton, to a golden-clad Monet who transforms into an 8 armed temptress, before revealing her final form; a stunning, confident, desirable party girl in the most mesmerising bejewelled two piece set which was designed by Kollin Carter. The rest of the video features a series of steamy dance scenes, with equally mesmerising outfits in which Monet is the life of the party. Providing the perfect compliment to the song.

The music video for “Party Girls” has received over 2 million views on Youtube within the past two weeks. The comment section is filled with praise for Monet’s dance skills, the visuals, and the iconic duo that she and Buju Banton make. Monet’s tweet about the release of “Party Girls,” has gotten 10 thousand likes on twitter along with 3 thousand retweets.

If you’re looking for a song to get you in the MOOD this summer, “Part Girls” is the song for you. One listen and you’ll be ready to wear that outfit that you’re too insecure to wear, attend that event that you’re too shy to attend and have the best time of your life. As Monet said in a recent statement, “I hope this song makes you feel sexy, empowered and appreciated!”

 

References:

Flood Magazine. https://floodmagazine.com/132814/watch-victoria-monet-buju-banton-party-girls/

Nylon.Com

https://www.nylon.com/entertainment/victoria-monet-party-girls-song-review

Pop Buzz. Com

https://www.popbuzz.com/music/features/victoria-monet/writing-credits/

Spotify.Com

https://artists.spotify.com/songwriter/5DLtvaUGZuNFnd9ZqtZSR7

HypeBae.com

https://hypebae.com/2023/5/victoria-monet-teases-song-music-video-party-girls-listen-watch-info

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