The song’s music video came alive in front of a live audience of more than 100 people including the general public and those involved in filming the video.
The song was written and produced by Jagar and Jamie-Lee Renagi Va'a for the people of PNG.
It features young local talents Sentanya and Henry Gewang, Brianne Micah and Tinzy Mau.
The video production took seven days to film by Torn Parachute Production and managed by Kamuna Consultancy.
It features the diverse culture of PNG representing the four regions, New Guinea Islands, Highlands, Southern and Momase.
The video involved more than 100 people including youths, kids and the elderly.
It also featured a 500 member choir that sang the National Anthem at the start of the video.
It was filmed in and around Port Moresby including Gaire, Sogeri Plateau, Variarata National Park and aerial shots also.
The song is now a gift to the people of PNG from the State Owned Enterprises.
Governor Powes Parkop, who viewed the music video at the launch, said the song will also be used for PNG’s 40th Anniversary.