Uhuru Clothing to dress cast of Olympic song
Kenyan fashion house Uhuru Clothing has bagged an exclusive deal to dress the cast of the music video for the Coca Cola Olympic song, Move to the Beat. Our sources intimated the shooting of the video began on Wednesday and will take a few more days before it is fully completed. The set for the music video is Kasarani Stadium and apparently it is a closed set.
The Anthem which features Madtraxx and the two finalists Juliet Karanja (aka Sign) and Collins Okoth (aka Colla Boy) is aimed at encouraging Team Kenya as well as getting fans in the Olympic spirit. “The Coca-Cola Kenya Olympic Anthem Move to the Beat, is an up-tempo global sound with an African touch. The song can easily cross borders and continents, so that all who experience it will feel the Kenyan spirit,” said Madtraxx during the single release.
“Sign comes in with strong vocals calling everyone to rise and move to the beat before Colla Boy come's in rhyming the letters K-E-N-Y-A which brings an interesting twist to his rap. When the chorus drops, you feel the action, and from that point on you really feel like moving to the beat. Altogether the song is a nice blend of patriotism and club appeal, featuring commentary where Kenya took Gold, Silver and Bronze. From this anthem Kenyans will feel the energy of our Kenyan champions," he said. The video is set to be launched officially on Friday July 27 at The Coca-Cola Plaza in Upperhill.