CLYDEBANK girls were given the chance to show off their moves by featuring in a Scottish singer and songwriter’s new music video that premiered worldwide.

Best friends Kanesly Tait, Kara Sutcliffe, Lola Wilson and Anna Donachy – who all attend the Dance OFF Academy in Clydebank – described the experience as “amazing”.

They starred in 23-year-old Rachelle Rhienne’s video for her new single “Contigo”, which made its world premier with the online American entertainment magazine, Cliche Mag, last week.

The award-winning artist from Balloch directed the video herself, including the choreography, after advertising on social media for hip-hop dancers.

She told the Post: “The girls were absolutely perfect for the job, I couldn’t have asked for more professional, talented and friendly dancers.

“I really enjoyed working with them and they are a credit to Lesley’s dance school and the Clydebank community.”

Sixteen-year-old Kanesly, who has been attending Dance OFF Academy for 13 years, said: “I had so much fun during the filming of the music video and being able to work alongside my best friends and a professional like Rachelle just topped off my whole experience.”

The video was filmed in locations around Loch Lomond including Carman Hill, Carman fisheries, Cruin Pier, Rossdhu House Gates, Balloch Park, Carrick golf course and the old St Peter’s Seminary in Cardross.

Rachelle added: “With the dancers, I wanted a lot of locations that stood out and had great backdrops that were dramatic and atmospheric.

“The plan was to film as many locations as possible to fit with the concept of the song’s story of travelling around the world.

“My favourite thing about projects like these is when everything comes together as you imagined it from the start.

“We have had a lot of great feedback so far and we couldn’t be happier.

“I would love to stay in touch with the girls and Lesley for future projects and performances.”

Rachelle and the four girls spent a day shooting the dance scenes and Lola and Anna described it as a great opportunity for them.

They had to pick the dance up quickly as they had little time to practice.

Kara, 16, said: “I really enjoyed being in the video – it was great fun and such a good experience, I would love to be able to do something like this again.”

Contigo, the sequel to the 2017 hit, When The Sun Goes Down, was released on September 28 on Bright Star Records.

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