Clique Girlz take fans to look inside their busy day when making 'Then I Woke Up' music video.
Girl group Clique Girlz from Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, that are comprised of sisters Paris and Destinee Monroe and their best friend Ariel Moore, have filmed a music video for their latest single, "Then I Woke Up". Written by John Shanks and Kara DioGuardi, the song will appear in the girls' debut album, "Not Too Young" and in promotion of the upcoming effort, a mini album has been released for sale at Wal-Mart in April.
The concept of their music video in support of the new tune is said to depict the girls as three ordinary girls with their normal lives. Furthermore, the video will feature them, singing the song in a classic convertible. It then continues with a scene where they are seen walking proudly on the red carpet for an event while strutting their stuff. The video ends with all the girls having fun in a party live performance.
Meanwhile, speaking on their existence as teen stars, Ariel says, "It's important for us to be role models. We want to set a good example for kids in our age group." In line with Ariel, Destinee also states, "Our thing is no drugs, no alcohol, no boys, no partying. Except for the dance parties we have during sleepovers." As for future goals, Destinee admits, "We want to break the record of staying together as long as The Rolling Stones. Maybe we'll stay together even longer."
The making of Clique Girlz's "Then I Woke Up" music video: