Halala: SA school goes viral for amazing tribute to Freddy Mercury

Halala: SA school goes viral for amazing tribute to Freddy Mercury

- Rustenburg High School students have gone viral for an epic tribute to the late singer, Freddy Mercury

- The school choir performed the Queen hit song, Bohemian Rhapsody, and the video went viral within 24 hours

- The beautiful video has been viewed nearly 500 000 times and attracted thousands of positive comments

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Rustenburg High School students have gone viral for an epic tribute to the late singer, Freddy Mercury.

The charismatic performer headed up rock band, Queen, and enjoyed a cult following during the 90s.

As a tribute to the late performer, the Rustenburg High School choir performed the hit song, Bohemian Rhapsody.

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The performance was captured in a music video and featured brilliant choreography.

The professional footage was shared by the school via their Facebook page and went viral in less than 24 hours.

Thousands of positive messages and nearly 500 000 views was the end result as social media users were blown away.

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Devine Edwin Hendricks said, “Absolutely Brilliant. The production team, the band, the Video editing, this is international. Well done!!”
The Kiffness simply said, “Wow.”
Kobus De Kat Dippenaar asked, “Who is the person responsible for this? I don’t think people know how good this is, top to bottom, production arrangement and recording all the way to the video. This is amazing. Congratulations... please let me know, who is in charge here?”
Bobby Jo Looms added, “That was fantastic! I would love to see the female singer sing a cranberries song. She has a unique voice!”

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