2-Minute Shower Songs

Publication Date:
17 November 2017
South Africa, Music

The Cape's experiencing the worst water crisis in over 100 years. 10 of SA's biggest artists have joined the fight and are singing to save water. Join them: http://www.2minuteshowersongs.co.za 2 minutes or less is the recommended shower time during the Cape's water crisis.

That's why we asked Mi Casa, GoodLuck, the Springbok Nude Girls, Kwesta, Francois van Coke, Rouge, Youngsta, Fifi Cooper, Desmond and the Tutus and Jimmy Nevis to go back into the studio to create 2-minute versions of their top tracks so you can listen to them in the shower. Just turn up the volume, and turn on the tap. But remember, when the song ends, so should your shower. Keep your showers to 2 minutes or less and help save water one song at a time. Brought to you by Sanlam, in association with the City of Cape Town and Cape Town Tourism. Get more water saving tips: http://www.2minuteshowersongs.co.za/w...


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