Ghanaian Afrobeats sensation, Sally M, has delighted fans with the release of her highly-anticipated first single of the year, titled Feeling. The track features the renowned Ahkan, known for his work with Ruff and Smooth. Initially exclusive to Boomplay, the song will be available on other streaming platforms starting from July 21, 2023.
Fans have eagerly awaited the release of Feeling after months of anticipation, including a cover art challenge organized by Sally M herself. The Amapiano-infused song showcases the artiste's soothing voice, blending a mix of native African languages to bring its meaning to life and create an irresistible danceable beat. Notably, the production of the track marks a hat-trick collaboration between Sally M and the Takoradi-based sound engineer, Bodybeats, who worked on her previous two debut singles.
Born Sally Mugabe Hayfron in Sekondi, Ghana, Sally M derives her stage name from her grandmother, Sally Francesca Mugabe Hayfron, the late wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe. She received her education at Baxford International School before pursuing General Art at Bompeh Senior High Technical School. Additionally, she holds a MIG Diploma in Information Technology.
Sally M's talent and charisma have earned her recognition, as she was crowned the winner of the 2017 Miss Bompeh Pageantry. She has graced prominent stages, including the Shama Home Coming, Journey to Adiembra Concert, and the Efia-Kuma to the World Concert, captivating audiences totaling over 20,000 individuals. With exceptional stage presence, remarkable lyrical abilities, and captivating vocals, Sally M continues to establish herself as an exceptional musician in the industry. Feeling serves as a testament to Sally M's growth and artistry, promising listeners an unforgettable musical experience.
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