It’s gonna take a lot to drag me away from you; there’s nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do… I bless the rains down in Africa!!!
Johannesburg, South Africa – The Ndlovu Youth Choir have just announced their new album which releases on the 29th of November 2019 but have also given us all a sneak peek with their first song called Africa!
It’s been an exciting rollercoaster trip for the brilliant South African Choir, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon!
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.
And now they are giving us all the feels with tthe release of their first single off their new album!!!
“If you want to be the first to get the full album you can preorder by following the link below. We have some exciting new tracks that are filled with the joyous spirit of South Africa.”
The choir forms part of a more significant project which started in 1994. The Ndlovu Care Group was founded in 1994 by a Dutch doctor names Dr Hugo Templeman, in the rural village of Moutse, Limpopo. The care group provides innovative healthcare, childcare, education and community development. The Ndlovu Youth Choir was created in 2009 and has since, profoundly affected the lives of the young members. The choir demonstrates the potential of any human being when given a chance to achieve excellence no matter their background, education or place of birth. The youth choir has grown from humble beginnings to the incredible ensemble it is today.
The choir from South Africa has garnered international attention for their performances on the show and made South Africa incredibly proud!
And they have a message for the world: “Just because you are born into poverty; doesn’t mean you are poverty.”
They hope to inspire every child to follow their dreams and believe that “the sky is the limit”, and their success throughout the show has become a beacon for every child across the globe.
The choir has taken these young South Africans from the rural streets of Moutse to an international stage to show off their amazing talent, and we cannot wait to see what else they have in store for the world!