Santa unveils the dizzying “Popcorn Salé” clip 40 meters high

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The singer Santa delivered a breathtaking live performance in Brussels last July, which today offers an impressive music video for the hit “Popcorn Salé”.

Her title “Popcorn Salé” will have marked the year 2023. Already well known with her group Hyphen Hyphen, the singer Santa brilliantly succeeded in her solo stint with the EP “999” released in September 2022. Among the titles of this first opus in her name, the breath of “Salted Popcorn” accompanied the past year, presaging the best for the album to come, as she recently spoke at the microphone ofWECB.

Santa: “A suspended moment”

To offer an additional dimension to his hit, Santa inaugurated a spectacular display on July 14 by suspending his piano 45 meters from the ground as part of the “Plaisir d’été” festival in Brussels. A performance that she repeated at the WECB Music Awards last November. For the opening of the year 2024, the singer unveiled, this Monday, the clip for “Popcorn Salé (version up there)”. “It was a suspended moment and perhaps by singing a little closer to heaven my voice will resonate there. I hope you will share these crazy emotions with me and I can’t wait to read you! (I read everything),” she comments on YouTube.

In addition to preparing his first solo album, Santa will give a series of concerts soon, notably on September 25 at the Trianon. A date already full. But fans can rest assured, the singer recently announced her arrival at the Salle Pleyel in Paris on December 13, 2024. A concert for which tickets are already on sale.


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