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Sheppey singer Moses McGeorge wants 100 girls to appear in his new music video

By John Nurden

Reggae singer Moses McGeorge, who goes by the name of M Dot R,is appealing for dancers to take part in his promotion film for 100 Girls, or “gyals” as he likes to call them.

The 32-year-old from Sheerness will be shooting the music video on Saturday, August 12, at Beachfields on the seafront from noon to 6pm.

M dot R - alias Sheppey singer Moses McGeorge

M dot R - alias Sheppey singer Moses McGeorge

To apply email promoter Tracy Topsom at dtsevents15@gmail.com by 5pm on August 3 or you can call her on 07709 099768.

Tracy, who is herself being featured in a TV documentary, said: “We are looking for 100 girls aged 17 or over.

“They don’t need to be professional dancers but they must be able to move to the music.”

Still from raunchy video Gimme More

Still from raunchy video Gimme More

The film crew is planning to get an aerial shot of all the dancers. Tracy insists the video will not be as racy as M Dot R’s current offering Gimme More which features him draped over a black leather seat and then in various saucy positions with young ladies.

An earlier version of 100 Gyals went viral on social media, chalking up more than a million views.

M dot R and Gimme More

M dot R and Gimme More

Moses, who went to Minster College, convinced SP Studios of London to open an annexe on Sheppey in Darren Cast’s Roadhouse recording studio and has recently been showing Scarlett Silby, 23, from Walderslade the ropes as part of her work experience with the Prince’s Trust.

Moses said: “I want to help youngsters learn more about music. I want to inspire them.”

Moses McGeorge with Darren Cast in the Roadhouse Recording Studio, Sheerness

Moses McGeorge with Darren Cast in the Roadhouse Recording Studio, Sheerness

 

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