|Date of First Broadcast/Publication|
|Philosophy||With music playing a key role in this spot, it was important for it to be authentic and represent the raw sound of the underground clubs located in the townships of South Africa. We did some digging for and negotiating to secure the licensing rights to x2 banging club tracks, currently being played in South African underground club scene.|
|Post-Production Company||MPC LDN|
|Executive Creative Director||Carlo Cavallone|
|Executive Creative Director||Stuart Harkness|
|Creative Director||Simon Schmitt|
|Creative Director||Emiliano Trierveiler|
|Head of TV||Stephanie Oakley|
|Agency Producer||Neil Henry|
|Executive Producer||Melissa Culligan|
|Line Producer||Mary Livingston|
|Director of Photography||Stuart Winecoff|
|Flame Artist||Philip Huis int' Veld|
|Editing Facility||Trim Editing London|
|Sound Design Company||Wave Amsterdam|
|Sound Designer||Ed Downham|
|Music Production Company||Adelphoi Music|
|Music Producer||Jonathan Watts|
|Music Performed By||Big Nuz, feat Durban’s Finest and Babes Wodumo - ‘Tsege Tsege’ and Babes Wodumo|
|Song Title||Wololo (feat Mampintsha)|
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