The Mzansi Youth Choir recently gave Justin Bieber’s ‘Baby’ an awesome African treatment to a large crowd outside Buckingham Palace.


The Mzansi Youth Choir travelled to London in April 2017 to represent Africa at the International Youth Choir Festival at The Royal Albert Hall.

Mzansi was one of eight leading world youth choirs selected to participate.

This is a video of the choir spontaneously performing an a cappella rendition of Justin Bieber’s ‘Baby’ in Zulu outside the gates of Buckingham Palace. Their performance attracted a huge crowd, captured by the African harmonies complimenting Bieber’s signature pop hit.

RMB is a proud partner of the Mzansi Youth Choir, which perfectly demonstrates the positive power of #ThinkingPullingTogether for South Africa’s creative economy.

Watch the awesome performance below:

Sources: YouTube 
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