STOMP is amongst the stars featured in “Do the Mobot,” a charity single and music video being released by the Mo Farah Foundation to celebrate double Olympic Champion Mo Farah’s well known victory celebration dance known as the ‘Mobot’. “Do the Mobot” features British athletes, pop stars, celebrities, as well as firefighters and school children, striking his famous pose. The Mo Farah Foundation invited the group to participate after seeing STOMP‘s performance in this summer’s The London 2012 Olympic Games Closing Ceremony.
Watch the video and download the single here: dothemobot.org
STOMP is featured along with London Mayor Boris Johnson; Richard Branson; Olympic diver Tom Daley; Olympic athlete Christine Ohuruogu; former WBA heavyweight boxing champion David Haye; Tottenham Hot Spurs football club featuring their star striker, Jermain Defoe; former footballer and current football pundit Robbie Savage; TV presenters Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield; comedian Jack Whitehall; rapper Example; pop band The Feeling; pop star Diana Vickers; reality TV star Joey Essex; firefighters from Battersea Firestation and the students of Earlsfield Primary School.
The song and video form part of the athlete’s campaign to raise awareness and money for the Mo Farah Foundation, specifically £100,000 towards building the Mo Farah Orphanage and Sports Academy in Hargeysa, Somalia.