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We have been waiting for the release of this performance without even realising it; the Ndlovu Youth Choir have just released their Jerusalema rendition.

 

Limpopo, South Africa (21 September 2020) – Master KG’s song Jerusalema has become a global dancing challenge. Every week, we see a new video trending online of a group dancing to the now smash hit. The song first premiered on YouTube in December 2019.

Master KG is a 24-year-old rising star who comes from Calais Village, Limpopo. We love that groups and individuals are taking part in the challenge and that it is bringing joy to the whole world.

“Music Doesn’t Need Visa To travel And Music it Doesn’t Matter Where You Come From..and the type of music u do. It’s Possible To be heard all over the world. Just Believe In Your Self And Work Hard And Respect your work” – Master KG

His fellow Limpopo stars, the Ndlovu Youth Choir from the beautiful Moutse Valley in rural Limpopo, South Africa was established in January 2009 with the aim of affording talented, underprivileged teenagers and young adults (14-24 years) the opportunity to perform locally and abroad proficiently.

The talented choir shot to global fame during their time on America’s Got Talent, but the Ndlovu Youth Choir first caught the attention of the world when they performed an isiZulu cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” during an interview on Jacaranda’s breakfast show.

They have joined in the Jerusalema dance challenge. Take a look at their rendition below.


Sources: YouTube
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