MTV News’ special feature on the making of the hit MTV Show “Sasol” explores how MTV producers created the show’s most memorable moments.
The show’s first season, which aired in September, starred D.J. Smith as the lead singer and co-writer of the band The D-Towns.
Smith, who died of cancer in September at the age of 44, had been a member of the D-towns since their inception in 1996, and was known for being outspoken and outspoken about the issues that were on his mind at the time.
“Sasols” was inspired by the life of former rapper and songwriter D.R.A.M. The song, which was written about a woman who died from breast cancer, was one of Smith’s biggest hits.
Smith’s character was introduced in the show as a young woman whose parents had passed away.
She had grown up with a father who left her to raise their two daughters, and she and her siblings have had to deal with the loss of her parents.
She was raised by her mother and aunts and uncles, and her parents have a relationship with the town.
The show’s story also reflected the lives of other children who grew up in the town of Sasol.
“Sosol” featured a song titled “Don’t Go Out Alone,” by rapper Young Jeezy, and the series also featured a performance of “You Make Me Feel Free,” a song by hip-hop group Big Sean.