Ndlovu Youth Choir's 'Silent Night' in 6 languages is just beautiful

Ndlovu Youth Choir's 'Silent Night' in 6 languages is just beautiful

- The Ndlovu Youth Choir is likely the most popular choir in the country

- They amazed the world with their beautiful voices on America's Got Talent

- Now, they have given us a moving rendition of the classic Christmas song, Silent Night

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South Africa's very talented choir, the Ndlovu Youth Choir, has been making the country proud and feel warm inside for a long time.

They blew everyone away with their gorgeous singing on popular US talent show, America's Got Talent, and won many hearts.

They did not win the show, but they're still winners. The choir even got signed by Simon Cowell - quite a big deal for musicians.

Now, as we approach Christmas Day, the choir, along with fellow South African singers, brings us a uniquely Mzansi-flavoured Silent Night.

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TimesLIVE reported that the collaboration is part of the choir's #HopeForTheHolidays drive, which hopes to unite South Africans by breaking language barriers through music.

Singers such as Donald Moashe, Lira, Yanga, Elvis Blue and Nadine came together to create a truly beautiful song.

Chorister Babalwa Maqungo said the artists were more than happy to put their names behind the initiative.

The six languages in which Silent Night is sung are IsiZulu, IsiXhosa, Afrikaans, Setswana, Sesotho and English, and it soothes the soul to hear these languages go together so well.

Give the song a listen:

The choir has been doing amazing since their time on AGT. About two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that they scored sold-out shows on their first international tour.

They travelled to the Netherlands and the musical director, Ralf Schmitt, said the choir received standing ovations at all the sold-out shows.

This is what 'Proudly South African' looks like.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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