- A kid has wowed many people on Twitter as she sang about her place of birth in a lovely short video
- Social media users said that the baby deserves all the praise despite the fact that her spoken word ability muddled most part of the song
- As if on cue and drums rolling, the little one danced gently, rocking her body up and down in her beautiful attire
A Yoruba kid has made many proud online as she deployed her "baby language" into singing about her culture in a clip shared by a Yoruba monarch, Olajuwon Adelokun.
Dressed in traditional attire with a befitting headgear, the girl sang about being born in Ibadan, calling on God to keep protecting the land.
As she sang in an almost indistinguishable pretty voice, she rocked her body gently to the rhythm of the song. It would have been more beautiful if talking drums accompanied her performance.
We are proud of you
Many people commended the baby, saying she indeed made Ibadan people super proud. There were others who said she just showed the best way children should be taught about their culture.
See the short clip below:
As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has gathered over 10,000 views with tens of comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Ọmọ Ìbàdàn nílé Oluyole! Beautiful."
"Adorable, though i couldn't understand the baby language."
@IToyeje helped out:
"Ni'badan ni wọn bí wá sí o, ni'badan ni won bí wasi, Baba wa pẹlu wọn lonilẹ(2ce)..."
"It’s her seriousness for me."
"This is the right way to teach our children about who we are. Teach the culture, teach the tradition, teach our way of life."
"This little woman right here deserves a carton of Caprisonne."
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Another kid showed off her talent
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a little girl became very popular on Instagram after her video showing her singing Master KG's Jerusalema went viral online.
With her shaky baby's voice, she sang the chorus rendered by Nomcebo in the song that has become a worldwide hit track.
It should be noted that a remix of the same song featured popular artiste, Burna Boy, whose lines spiced up the track, pushing it more to a wider audience.
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