Pamela Moudime, a Cameroonian gospel artist under Queen’s Music launches her career with a single tiled Djal’o. Djal’o was produced by Chichi Ladislav and directed by Adah Akenji. This song was inspired by the story of the prodigal son in the bible and she sings in Beti; a language peculiar to the people from the Centre region of Cameroon.
Pamela is based in Congo Brazaville. She has had the passion for music ever since she was a little girl, though she was part of her church choir didn’t take it serious until now. She describes her music genre as Afro Jazz, something not many Cameroonians dare to do. While enjoying Djal’o expect more work and better music from her.