What’s this? Sweden’s Omar Rudberg is back with a new version of his most recent single ‘Alla Ba OUFF’. A Spanish version, to be precise. ‘Yo Dije OUFF’.
What’s with the OUFF? When you hear the song, you’ll understand why the OUFF is capitalised. It’s definitely not an ouff. It’s an OUFF.
And the rest of the song? Omar has gifted us with a reggaeton bop with a sweet Scandipop twist – in that it’s a chorus for days. A chorus to stay in your head for days.
What does Omar say? “The song gives you hopefully the best summer feeling. A happy and party-friendly song – just like we Latinos are! The lyrics of the song are quite clear in themselves – I sing about a girl from Venezuela. But is it really a girl named Marianna I am singing about or is it something else? Regardless, you only feel OUFF, when she enters…”
Written by? Omar himself, along with I M Alec, Jonathan Blom and Patrik Hybertz.
More from Omar? He recently released an EP of covers featured in the new Netflix show that he stars in, Young Royals.

You can find ‘Yo Dije OUFF’ on our Best New Pop playlist.

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