Sala Spends $100,000 To Shoot Most Expensive Music Video In Ghana
Move over, Becca, move over Sarkodie; there’s a new Ghanaian artiste in town with the most expensive music video ever to be shot by a Ghanaian artiste, arguably.
According to sources, songstress, Salamatu Yakubu aka Sala who was formerly under the management of Duke Banson’s Paradise Entertainment and now, under the management of 7th Entertainment, her own label – has produced a music video estimated to be a staggering $100,000.
Why the artiste would like to spend that amount on a video is a question yet to be answered.
The music video, ‘My Love’, was said to have been shot on the streets of New York in the United States of America by ace video directors, Sergei Franklin and Vic David and the video just took a few days to complete.
Watch the video below:
Razz newspaper also uncovered that, ‘My Love’ is one of the leading singles that will appear on her forthcoming album to be released at a tentative date. If the news about the amount spent on Sala’s video is true, then she outspends the group of artistes acclaimed to have shot expensive music videos in Ghana.
Becca and her Record Label, EKB, claimed to have produced the music video, ‘No Away’ in South Africa, worth $50,000 and Sarkodie and his team also professed that his award-winning ‘Illuminati’ music video cost an estimated amount of $90,000.
Coincidentally, the supposed expensive videos were all shot outside Ghana: Becca’s $50,000 ‘No Away’ in South Africa, Sarkodie’s ‘$90,000 ‘Illuminati’ in Dubai and then, Sala’s $100,000 ‘My Love’ in New York.
Based on our search, video directors Sergei Franklin and Vic David have also shot nig budget videos for international artistes including 50 Cent, Wu Tang Clan and Rihanna.
Sala has over the years, shot some quality music videos that include videos for the songs “Falling”, “Need U Know” and “Today na Today” amongst others.
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