Flying Fish Exclusive The Don´t Panic Vid Just Landed


Moozlie & DJ Speedsta are bringing the fire.

Don’t panic! The video is here

Don’t get it twisted: the song of summer has been decided. The votes have been counted and the results are in: “Don’t Panic” by DJ Speedsta and Moozlie is the official Summer track. Let the parties commence! #DontPanic660

Flying Fish Woman Don´t Panic

Flying Fish People Don´t Panic


Now we’ll be real with you, we’re straight up stans when it comes to anything that the Skhanda Queen touches, but what can we say, fly recognises fly, you dig? So when the video to “Don’t Panic” arrived in our inbox we knew we were about to experience #EvenMoreFlavour.

What we weren’t prepared for was the double-whammy impact of when fly verses are synced with dope visuals. We’re talking trill level 100, bruh.

Don’t believe us? Click play, fam. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!


Flying Fish Woman Don´t Panic

Flying Fish People Don´t Panic


Bringing her distinct brand of fly, DJ Doowap had this to say about the vid:

“My favourite scene was the one by the vintage car with the incredible view that looked like it stretched out for days. It was awesome to play around and have Speedsta in the middle of incredibly powerful and beautiful African women. I also loved the scene on the rocks by the beach. It was an amazing landscape for two forces to join and shine, she channelled the legendary Brenda Fassie and I brought out the fierce and renowned Lebo Mathosa. The result is a mark in history that shall be remembered.”


While we can only agree with Doowap, one of our favourite scenes is when Moozlie hits us with the Mzansi equivalent of BBHMM:

“I’m the real head honcho, you can’t talk to me if you ain’t got guap though.”

Let’s be real, even haters can’t deny – Moozlie and Speedsta dominate on screen – but everyone knows that you’re only as fly as your squad, and in that case, this video is the definition of #SquadGoals.

Flying Fish Men Don´t Panic

Flying Fish Woman Men Don´t Panic


Featuring fashion heavyweights Bianca and Khaya of Punk & Ivy  in between takes, they shared a round of Flying Fish and toasted to empire building and local fashion flavour – y’know the usual… Now with 660ml of fly, there’s even more to celebrate.

From representing her new clothing line in #DontPanic660, to designing her next collection, when Rich Factory’s Rina Chunga drinks the new 660ml, she knows it’s best served with friends!


Behind the scenes, self-described hustler Paul Ward was capturing all the flavoursome moments on the #DontPanic660 set.

Whether planning his evening or documenting local nightlife style, Paul knows that the best way to relax is with his friends and the new 660ml.


Whether featuring in a music video, honing their own talents or just hanging with their squad – there’s one thing that’s constant, 660ml is best served with friends!

Hit us up in the comments: what’s your favourite part of #DontPanic660?

But before you hit “replay” follow the flavour on Instagram and Twitter @FlyingFishSA.                

S/O to the good people who made the magic happen.

Director: Tlhonepho Thobejane

Production House producer: Lusanda Kori

Photographers: Glen Montgomery and Glenn Kisela

Videographer: Glen Montgomery and Frances Kroon

Editor: 2+3 Post Production: Stephen Du Plessis

 Agency Art Director: Martin Magner

Agency Creative Director: Dan Nash

Agency Producer: Dominique Rollino

Account managers: Miche Marquard and Jenna Flynn