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Wairoa amalgamation music video going viral

Wairoa amalgamation music video going viral

Following the release of the 'SAY NO' amalgamation song yesterday by young creatives from Wairoa, a music video has been completed and has started to go viral on social media.

Craig Little says the creative stylings of Wairoa's young people is just so impressive, first they wrote some lyrics, got a few people together to sing a few lines, put it to music and now there's this video. All in a matter of days.

Seriously - they are just genius, and I don't think they had any budget either, no huge financial backing, this is just them, a group of concerned residents from Wairoa, all brought together by our young people. This is just genius.

The youtube video is a huge hit in Wairoa with over 1,000 views in a matter of hours. The video can be viewed here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ceiQQW2Daw&feature=youtu.be

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