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Eurovision winner Netta Barzilai drops debut Hebrew album

The release marks a significant milestone in her career, following her rise to international fame when she won the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.

Netta Barzalai. Credit: FIDF.
Netta Barzalai. Credit: FIDF.

Israeli singer Netta Barzilai released her debut Hebrew album “It’s All on Me” on Wednesday, featuring the title track accompanied by a particularly interesting and fashionable music video.

In the new clip, Netta dons a stunning red dress custom-made for her by fashion designer Elizabeth Brown, owner of the MonaLizabeth brand.

The dress, created especially for Barzilai in collaboration with stylist Itay Bezaleli, is prominently featured in the music video for “It’s All on Me” and graces the album cover. Made from luxurious red silk taffeta fabric, the impressive gown boasts a shimmering and regal appearance. It incorporates delicate lace crafted by hand with meticulous attention to detail, adding a romantic and artistic touch to every aspect of the design.

The inspiration for the dress draws from Spanish style, as the music video itself showcases additional Spanish elements such as tomatoes, a fan, Latin dance, and more. Shot in a market setting, the video aims to capture the essence of traditional Spanish atmosphere and culture.

Designer Elizabeth Brown shared her experience working on the project, saying, “Collaborating with Itay Bezaleli and Netta was a creative, exciting, and challenging journey. We created this look in just a day and a half, from the fitting to the final result in the video, under significant time pressure. We had previously worked together designing looks for performances and creating an earlier music video, and this shared experience was crucial to the success of the current project.”

Barzilai’s new album marks a significant milestone in her career, as she ventures into the Hebrew music scene following her rise to international fame after winning the Eurovision Song Contest in 2018 with her hit song “Toy.”

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