- A viral video shows kids dancing to improvised Gqom beats
- A young girl uses what appears to be a traffic sign to create the catchy beats
- Tweeps praised her, with some even touting her as the next DJ Zinhle
There's no doubt that Gqom is one of the most popular music genres in South Africa at the moment.
This fact is captured in a viral video showing young school kids dancing enthusiastically to improvised Gqom beats.
A Twitter user, @Jabu1ani, shared the video on his profile recently, Briefly.co.za gathered. He accompanied it with the caption, "The birth of Gqom."
In the video, a young girl is seen creating Gqom beats by rhythmically hitting what appears to be a traffic sign with two metallic objects.
Her schoolmates then chimed in with the vocals as they danced. An older cyclist even joined the party. It's unclear where and when the video was taken.
However, it has gone viral, racking up over 3,000 likes and 1,600 retweets so far. Tweeps praised the kids for showcasing their talent. Some even touted the young girl as the next DJ Zinhle.
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