- A baby has danced to 1958 rock music, Good Golly, Miss Molly, by Little Richard to the delight of many
- The kid showed off her dance skill as she allowed her moves to interpret the classical song
- Many Twitter users who reacted to her dance video commended her skill as some said she rocked like an adult
A kid has rocked to Little Richard's Good Golly, Miss Molly and got many Twitter users praising her dance steps.
In a video that has gathered thousands of views, the baby made amazing moves to the 1958 hit rock song.
The most amazing moment in the clip was when the kid got all caught up in the song as she acted as if her hand had assumed a life of its own to the sweet tunes.
She radiated pure joy during her amazing performance to Good Golly, Miss Molly, a song she seems to be very familiar with.
Watch the video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the comments the post got:
"Such a joy to see this baby dance to the song!"
"This girl is reincarnated from 60 or 70 or something."
"She is adorable and a great dancer."
"Some kids were here before."
"Overload of cuteness."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG's hit song Jerusalema seems to have crept into everyone's heart. Old and young, rich or poor, local and international - people all over have been feeling it.
The Department of Arts & Culture even named Master KG and singer Nomcebo as ambassadors for South Africa, representing our culture all over the world.
A proud grandfather took to Facebook recently to share with the world how his grandson Teddie chooses to enjoy the song - by singing it.
In the video, Teddie can be seen with his eyes glued on the TV that is playing the song, waiting patiently to sing along while a baby boy dances around in the background. Teddie, who is only five, sings along to the words, pronouncing them as accurately as he can muster.
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