Photo Credit: Drakensberg Boy's Choir

The Drakensberg Boy’s Choir have shared their Christmas wishes with supporters by sharing a rocking new rendition of “Little Drummer Boy”.


Drakensberg, South Africa (09 December 2022) – The school year may be at a close but that has not stopped the Drakensberg Boy’s Choir from spreading a little festive cheer. The boys have done a rendition of “Little Drummer Boy” to get fans into the festive spirit.

This rendition is rocking! The boys added a little extra flare to the song including drums and an edgy touch of rock and some colourful lighting. We love it! As we get closer to the festive season, this really does add to the building joy of the holidays.

Are you ready for the festive season? You can add this rendition to your Christmas playlist to get the whole family into the spirit as well.

The choir ends off their video by wishing all their supporters a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We have loved all the videos and performances the boys have shared with us over the year. This one rounds it off so nicely.

We love this rendition and are sure you will too. Take a look and listen below.

Sources: Drakensberg Boy’s Choir
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