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WATCH: Misha rise to instant fame

By Jeoffrey Mukubi

An unapologetic and confident young woman by the name of Misha, who hails from Kwalala village in the Zambezi region, has taken social media by storm this past week with her hit song ‘Who can I trust?’

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Speaking to unwrap.online, Misha said that ‘Who can I trust?’ is her very first song and that it is being received well in the Zambezi region and neighbouring countries.

“Is a serious thing for me, is also the first video. I’m going to be a superstar for the world my dear, the people there at Zambia and Botswana they like my song and they are saying them there is a hit at their country, the people they have it at their cellphone. Even a South Africans they are posting it the song,” she noted.

Misha says that she inspires to be like Beyonce and Rihanna. “Because they can teach a lot to be a woman and is a woman that is beautiful and making her a money,” she said. The song has over 40 000 views on Facebook, but just like any young musician on the rising hate tends to follow.

Misha has also been posting messages on her Facebook stating “The problem with me, I dont care about haters. If you can not give me foods on the table you cannot try to tell me what it should be my dreams. I am Misha my dear, is my sweats,” It seems that Misha is the real deal and not a gimmick as some people are suggesting. She also told unwrap.online that she is just getting started and will be releasing new music soon now that she lives in Windhoek.

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