Eurovision winner Netta has released her follow up single and accompanying music video "Bassa Sababa". The song has been written and produced by Netta herself alongside Stav Beger and Avshalom Ariel, who she worked with on "Toy". The song is available on various social media platforms and streaming services, including YouTube and Spotify.
Check out the music video below and let us know what you think!
The music video was filmed in Kiev, Ukraine, at a cost of around 1 million shekels, making it one of the most expensive music videos in the history of the Israeli music industry.
The song has a similar sound and beat to Toy, and showcases her strong vocals very well. In an interview with "At", an Israeli magazine, Netta revealed that the Rhino sounds that you can hear in the song link back to her childhood where she spent some time living in Africa.
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