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Albany girl group shoots official music video to bring community together

'The Purpose Girlz' completed their first official music video on Saturday. (Source: WALB) 'The Purpose Girlz' completed their first official music video on Saturday. (Source: WALB)
The girl group brought together the community for their music video. (Source: WALB) The girl group brought together the community for their music video. (Source: WALB)
'The Purpose Girlz' new single 'Together' is on their new EP called, 'The Purpose'. (Source: WALB) 'The Purpose Girlz' new single 'Together' is on their new EP called, 'The Purpose'. (Source: WALB)

Three Albany sisters started a music group last year.

Saturday, they took their music from the studio to the streets, for their first official music video.

'The Purpose Girlz' invited the entire community to be part of their single called, 'Together'. 

They wrote the song to bring awareness to social issues and self destruction in men and women. 

In light of two deadly shootings in Albany Friday night, the group says this song, was made to bring the community together and end violence in the area.

"We're doing this because some of you may know it was a tragedy yesterday. And in order for our community to get better, we have to do it together. It takes more than one person to make a change," said Madison Shealy, 'The Purpose Girlz'. 

A number of community members, organizations, and churches were a part of the music video shoot. 

The group said they're still looking for the community's support in future projects. 

The music video is set to be finished sometime next week.

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