- The Ndlovu Youth Choir shared their stunning rendition of Adele's Easy on Me with their social media followers
- The choir's harmonising and blended vocals could not be more angelic, but paired with the beautiful outdoor scenery, it's definitely something to watch
- Social media users were beyond impressed by the fantastic work put out by the choir and showered them with love
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South African musical group Ndlovu Youth Choir has absolutely wowed social media users with their rendition of Adele's Easy on Me. In a majestic outdoor space, clad in pink, the choir effortlessly harmonised the new hit.
The clip shared online was just over one minute and 20 seconds but boy was it charming. The choir is known for their mesmerising powerhouse vocals that would give anyone goosebumps.
Social media users could not believe their ears while listening to the melodic sounds of the choir's blended vocals.
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South Africans send their love and blessings to the choir
"I literally cried after listening."
"Wow!!! I’m balling tears right now @adeledailynet"
"WOW! Absolutely incredible, amazing goosebumps moment. Love the song choice."
"Wow, this made me very emotional."
@JuicyMilano_ responded with:
"This was so beautiful! I’m so impressed! 'Easy On Me' literally came out yesterday! For you to put this masterpiece together fast is just..."
"I think this is the music you hear in Heaven."
“Best teacher”: Video of school kids singing in class with teacher wows Mzansi
In other music news, Briefly News previously reported that a video of school children singing in a classroom went viral and has wowed Mzansi social media users. In the clip, one could hear the teacher’s voice giving a mathematics lesson and many are impressed with the way the lesson was delivered.
Posted by @KulaniCool on Twitter, the clip has attracted the online community and some wish to turn back the hands of time and head back to school.
Some users have also praised the teacher's creativity but some jokingly believe the voice is that of Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema. South African social media user lived for the coolness of the teacher as they shared comments under the post.
Source: Briefly News