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WATCH: Laois singer’s debut music video released

The official music video of Laois’s newest signing sensation has been released.

Seorsia Jack, who goes under the stage name of Sia Babez, is only 17 years old but is eagerly anticipating making her mark on the music world.

The young Portlaoise woman has been signed by a management company and made her first official music video in various locations shattered throughout her home town on Friday, June 14.

‘Hit My Line’ was released on Spotify, iTunes and Soundcloud last month and now the music video is out on Youtube.

The video starts off in Chequers at Fairgreen and then sees Sia Babez and her friends head for a dance scene just outside the Laois County Council offices.

The pyrotechnics and smokescreen are in full flow as an Americano ice-cream van also makes an appearance.

Then it is off to the bottom floor of the car park in the Laois Shopping Centre where a nightclub type scene with a DJ takes place.

Sia Babez will be working with the renowned music producer Billy Farrell.

Farrell, of Deadeye Productions, has previously worked with the likes of The Corrs, Westlife, Brian Kennedy, Hozier and Gavin James.

Sia Babez was born in 2001 in Dublin City to Zimbabwean parents. She began singing at the age of 2 and her passion for music lead her to writing at the age of nine.

She later took up drama, music, piano, violin and worked with a  vocal coach and on choreography to develop her talent.

Check out her video below:

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Stradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016.