It's finally here. Netta releases Bassa Sababa.


Chicken out. Rhinoceros in.

"Bassa Sababa", Netta Barzilai's first song since winning the Eurovision Song Contest is finally out. The video for the song was released on Friday morning on Netta's YouTube channel,  and immediately got shared everywhere. 

Bassa Sababa, which is Hebrew slang for "Bummer Awesome”, gained more than 2.4 million views within the first 48 hours.

The video, which was shot at 13 different locations in Kyiv, Ukraine, features the Eurovision winner dressed as a pink rhinoceros super hero who grew a thicker skin. Metaphor, anybody?

The song is a pop anthem infused with African beats and electronic sounds, and featuring the singer’s signature looper.