Brother and sister duo melt hearts with their amazing harmony

Brother and sister duo melt hearts with their amazing harmony

Social media has definetly assised some in getting the break that they need. The hope is the same for two incredible South African vocalists.

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The brother and sister duo took the internet by storm with their unbelievable harmony.

Ayanda and her brother are from East London. The two decided to upload their video to social media in the hopes of catching a break.

The public have commented expressing their awe and some have even reassured that they two are as good as they sound, reported Good things Guy.

Pretty Myeni commented: “Wow… what a talent… beautiful voices.”
Sizwe Graced posted: “East London never disappoints. EVERYONE from there can sing! Was there last month…”
Lucas Mthembu added: “Wow. What a great talent you have guys!”

It definitely has worked. The two have gained over 120 000 views in no time. Social media users have been a huge help.

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Briefly.co.za learnt that by sharing and commenting on the incredible video, it has helped increase the views.

Social media has proven to be a great tool to gain recognition. A young South African blogger, Gracia K Senga’s classic style was recognised when she hit 10 000 followers, and that is just to name one.

Hopefully Ayanda and her brother get the break that many other South African’s and people around the world have through the support of social media platforms.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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