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Sally drops Net So in style

by Rosalia David

Recently crowned female artist of the year, Sally Ephraim aka Sally Boss Madam is definitely on the way to leaving a mark in 2018, and she has just dropped a sizzling music video titled ‘Net So’ which has left music lovers drooling.

The music video was premiered at the Confab Restaurant the night before her birthday and saw the who’s who showing up in numbers to support the queen.

The event started off with a sterling performance by Mabuza.

Tswazis then jumped on stage taking the crowd back in time with their dance moves and most popular tracks.

Meanwhile, Chikune who won best Afro Pop this year performed a song titled ‘Too much Sauce’ in a sexy outfit which also kept the crowd glued to the stage while singing along.

Female Djays such as the Afro berries were behind the music while Paul Da Prince and Pombili moderated the entire event.

Ethnix also surprised with a romantic performance with the song Omutima.

Net so was proudly sponsored by Delush wine.

In a previous interview with vibe, Sally’s manager/ husband Kboz said that they were quite excited to have brought along the Delush brand in the shoot.

“I don’t think this has been done before, where an artist and a wine brand collaborate to shoot a music video,” he said.

Delush Wines, a subsidy of the Brockmann and Kriess, along with orange river cellars signed the deal some time back.

Looking at the trailer, the video was shot in Katutura where Sally starts off sitting in front of a house with two ladies.

Few minutes into the video she walks down the street in slow motion with friends holding a red party cup.

She has also incorporated popular faces such as Exit, Tswazis, Top Cherie and Kamtonyo to bring in a diversity of taste.