Braaing King

It is always fun when songs we love are turned into quirky covers; ABBA’s Dancing Queen now has a Proudly South African rendition called “Braaing King”.

 

South Africa (19 January 2021) – South African ex-pat, Charmaine Wheatley, living in Australia challenged her friend Clint Cunningham to do a Proudly South African spoof cover of ABBA’s Dancing Queen. He took up her challenge and came up with a brilliant one called “Braaing King”.

Clint Cunningham is a talented lyricist with a knack for turning popular songs into something fun and interesting. His latest rendition is so great! With lyrics like “Friday Night and I am feeling good, going to go collect some wood” and “I am the braaing king, turning wors as I start sing; I am the braaing king feel the heat and get in the swing!” you can’t help but sing along.

Charmaine was blown away by Clint’s incredible cover. She dedicated it to all the members of Rotary International. Rotary International is an international service organisation with the purpose of bringing together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. It is a non-political and non-religious organisation open to all.

Everyone is loving the cover and so do we! Take a look below and let Clint know your thoughts in the comment section.


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