Fans get chance to be stars too

The Star Early Edition - - NEWS - MPILETSO MOTUMI mpiletso.motumi@inl.co.za

SHE WAS hon­oured as one of South Africa’s most glam­orous women last month and now pop singer Cara Frew wants her fans to share her glory.

Frew re­cently shot the video for her new song Dance and is now ask­ing fans to fea­ture in the video with her.

The Los An­ge­les­based singer and song­writer has asked fans to send clips of them­selves danc­ing to the track to stand a chance of be­ing in the fi­nal mu­sic video.

The video it­self was shot in Los An­ge­les, and the cho­sen fan clip will be in­cluded in it.

“I wrote Dance the morn­ing I found out a close friend of mine was a drug ad­dict. It made me stop and think be­cause some­one who, at least from the out­side, seemed to look like he had it all to­gether clearly strug­gles within,” said Frew.

She wanted the song to be up­lift­ing and about mak­ing the most out of your life.

“Al­ways look­ing for that sil­ver lin­ing and lov­ing your­self,” she said.

Frew is well known to her South African fans for her fea­ture in mul­ti­award-win­ning DJ and pro­ducer Black Cof­fee’s hit song I’ll Find You.

She also per­formed at Coachella this year, along­side DJ SNBRN, for the hit song You Got Me in front of 15 000 peo­ple.

Fans need to email their video clips danc­ing to the track to Frew’s team by to­mor­row. The fi­nal edited Dance video will be re­leased at the end of this month.

IN STEP: Cara Frew

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