The unique track, titled "Sushi//Woofer Paar De," has made its debut on Rolling Stone, along with its accompanying music video, as stated in a press release. The video highlights a cross-cultural blend between Los Angeles and Lahore, with the Pakistani-born singers taking center stage. The visuals depict Danyal rapping his verses in a hot tub surrounded by women, while Ali, who delivers the Punjabi portion of the song, is seen among Pakistani women in traditional attire.
It appears that the Zafar brothers are currently focused on merging two distinct cultures as they strive to make their mark in the world of Western music. Ali Zafar expressed his aspirations in an interview with Rolling Stone, stating, "My next big dream is to break into the international music scene as a Pakistani and Punjabi and [represent] this culture that has a lot of angst and has been through pain and agonizing realities."
He further emphasized, "It doesn't always have to be East versus West. Maybe we're all living in the same world," as reported in the press release.
Although the song has just been released, the duo gave their fans a sneak peek during their concert in Sydney, Australia, where they showcased elements of their new music video. They also took to Instagram to share a teaser of the song with their followers back home.