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Sally and Leathermein all out for Bestie

The duo of Sally and lethermein yesterday dropped the latest visuals for their latest offering, Bestie amid pomp and fanfare.

Sally and Lethermein went all out in trying to please their legion of fans.
Speaking at the launch which took place at the Grove mall’s Ster-Kenikor cinema at an all-black themed premiere, the award-winning artist Sally urged potential sponsors to support creatives with an open heart and mind should they be approached for support.

“When we do these things we don’t really know what’s going to happen. We just do the work and hope that everyone will love it. We just don’t wake up in the morning and get things done. These things take a lot of effort and they cost a lot of money too,” she said.

Leathermain added that the song which was produced by Maszanga group member Key Note the project was made possible by support from industry members and corporates and these collaborations can build the industry and help put quality projects out.


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