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Zeus releases Sky Girls video

Publishing Date : 09 March, 2015


After much anticipation since Zeus released the single “Touch the SKY,” which was inspired by the biggest teen movement in Botswana, SKY Girls BW, a video for the song is out.

The Dub step song was written and produced by the Ma-Afrikastar, and recorded at DIY Studios.  It debuted on Yarona FM’s interactive show, The Sunday SKY in May last year and received rave reviews from the show’s listeners. It has since been playing on various radio stations. The public’s massive interest prompted SKY and Zeus to give into the demand and shoot a video for the song.

As SKY Girls were the inspiration behind the song, SKY thought it fitting to give SKY girls an opportunity to be part of the project. “SKY created a competition where the girls were asked to come up with a concept for the video, the best concept would then be selected and the girl who wrote it would be featured in the video,” Said Lorato Tebogo of SKY.

She continued to say that hundreds of young girls from all over Botswana submitted their concepts in hopes of being selected to feature in the video. “Through careful consideration of all the entries, SKY was most captivated with an entry by a young girl named Kutlwano Sosong aged 16 who is a student at Bonnington JSS,” Tebogo said.  

The video was shot late last year, and it debuted on national TV last Friday. The video played exclusively on on BTV’s Orange Flavour Dome, and Zeus and SKY girl Kutlwano Sosong gave exclusive interviews about the video production before its screening.

The single is available at various retail outlets across the country namely Mafia Soul and Brands Unlimited. Direct orders are also available through Zeus’ management company, DIY Management.

SKY stands for Shapo Ka Yona and Sure Ka Yona, it is a community of teen girls that have taken a pledge to stay true to themselves through the choices they make.



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