Last year, 14-year-old songstress, actress and dancer, Jeanique, showed off her incredible skills as she launched her hot new single ‘Pyramid’. The single enjoyed success on a variety of local radio stations and now, as momentum continues to build, the young pop star has released the official music video to the track.
The futuristic music video highlights the message Jeanique tells in the song as it features a slightly nostalgic take on young love. In the video, the star is transported to a different planet as she navigates the strange land in search of love and connection. Filled with epic dance sequences and a beautiful backdrop, the music video is a testament to the fact that Jeanique is an exciting, fresh face in the local music industry – and she’s here to stay.
“Working on the music video was such an amazing experience,” Jeanique says. “I really enjoyed bringing this story to life and the team I worked with on the video were so professional. I really enjoyed the dance sequences and dancing in the rain while filming is an experience I will never forget. I am so excited for the world to see what I have been working on here as I take my career to the next level.”
The single was written and produced by South African pop sensation Daniel Baron, who continues to work with up-and-coming artists. Daniel is passionate about opening up the industry by guiding and assisting young artists to find their sound while helping them craft music which is reminiscent of who they are as musicians.
Download or stream it here: http://smarturl.it/JeaniquePyramid
In Other News – Police on the hunt for a security guard who vanished with R4 Million
Police on the hunt for Hot security guard who vanished with R4 Million. Mlangeni, from Dlamini, Soweto, is wanted by the South African police for allegedly stealing R4m from a basement at SBV Secure Solutions cash depot at the Mall of Africa on July 15 last year.
A security guard, Bathobile Mlangeni who worked at a cash-in-transit company in SA, allegedly walked out of the depot with a trolley containing refuse bags that had millions of Rands in them shortly before she disappeared into thin air.
According to a source, Mlangeni, 29, who was on duty at the time of the incident, allegedly cut open two bulk cash bags with a pair of scissors before transferring the money into a number of refuse bags which she placed in a trolley and walked out of the depot. Continue Reading