Children do the most adorable things that often have adults in stitches. However, when some kids show off with their killer dance moves, it leaves the older generations, and the rest of South Africa, itching to jive along with them.
Kids have a strange way of making even the most tiring dance moves look super easy. That's why we love watching videos of children doing dance moves that even some adults can't do without embarrassing themselves.
In 2018, children really showed off with their killer dance moves, and Briefly.co.za gathered 4 of the best examples.
Of course, there are many undiscovered videos out there of children doing amazing dances, these are just the best of what we found.
The kids in these videos had us so proud of them (and maybe a little jealous), and South Africans couldn't get enough.
And here they are, in no particular order:
The vosho is one of the most popular dances in South Africa, but it's not as easy to do as the professionals make it look. Social media users were left in awe when a toddler nailed the dance.
A video was shared on Facebook of a young boy doing the vosho and gathered over a million views and was shared on the social media platform thousands of times.
Gospel gwara gwara
Joyous Celebration gospel artist Sibusiso Desmond Mthembu, famously known as SbuNoah, shared a clip of primary school kids breaking down to his latest single, Wenzile.
E'froo E'E'froo Vosho
Sometimes seeing kids do dances that we as adults can't always nail is fun, even if it makes us feel a little dumb for not being as good.
This little group of girls' attempts to sing Tipcee's iScathulo featuring Busiswa, DJ Tira & Distruction Boyz by this group of little was just awesome to see.
Kempton Park's Got Talent
Eight-year-old Joshua Ziervogel has become an overnight celebrity after a video surfaced on the internet of his performance during a school play. The video has racked up over 200 000 views and shows Joshua and his classmates singing and dancing to Redfoo’s ‘Juicy Wiggle’.
These kids have some smooth moves!
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