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From Blossom Kollection, Blossom Fragrance to music and NAMAs news

Hold on to your edges, Blossom is coming for everything under the sun!

She hasn’t been in the country for over a month and she is already shaking tables and breathing life into her ideas. Award-winning artist Blossom has been in China for the past six months and she is back ready for business from fashion to fragrances and new music.

The Always Be There hitmaker revealed on Instagram her latest work which is her Blossom Fragrance to the world. In the post which the singer shows off her hot body holding her fragrance, the singer says it is sweet, sexy and gentle. According to her, the Blossom fragrance is made in Asia, and co supplied by her Arabic partners.

“Introducing my very own sexy, sweet and gentle fragrance ‘Blossom’. It’s a record. Yes, I’m the first in Namibia,” read her post.

Blossom opened her fashion boutique called Blossom Kollection which is located in town next to the Warehouse. According to her, it has always been part of her business plan since 2016 when she started her trips to America and China. She caters for men and women with a particular focus on bridal wear.

The singer also revealed that she will be releasing her new music and visuals in the coming weeks. Blossom, also she has more surprises about her and the NAMAS to be announced soon. We will be watching your Instagram closely for everything!

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