An NGO in Uganda named Masaka Kids Africana shared a video of some African children dancing and lip-syncing to the song “Electricity” by Pheelz and Davido on Sunday.
This video will brighten your day if you enjoy seeing kids give their all while dancing to catchy tunes. An NGO in Uganda named Masaka Kids Africana shared a video of some African kids dancing and lip-syncing to the song “Electricity” by Pheelz and Davido on Sunday. These youngsters will astound you with their talent and have some sick moves. A young child can be seen lip-syncing to the song and holding a stick in front of him to act as a microphone in the video. Playing on drums built out of paint buckets is another boy. Amazing dance performances are also being given by the young children.
“Good vibrations all the way,” read the caption of the video. Enjoy your Sunday. More than 3.9 million people have seen it and there have been 300,000 likes so far.
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Beautiful comments left by users who were moved and happy may be seen throughout the comment area. “This is the top Instagram account. One customer said, “These youngsters are extremely talented and always make me smile. Someone commented, “These boys need sponsorship. Send them a genuine drum. They have incredible enthusiasm and are highly talented. “Love these children. Another user remarked, “My heart flowers when I see them dance.
Masaka Kids Africana, which has more than 4.3 million Instagram followers, frequently publishes videos of children singing along to well-known songs. The Masaka Kids Africana posted a video of three African children dancing to the Bollywood song Gallan Goodiyaan from the film Dil Dhadakne Do on August 15, the day India celebrated its 76th Independence Day. More than 6.1 million people have watched the video, and it has received over 386,000 likes. “Monday!” was the caption for the video. I’m sending you all good energy for a prosperous week.
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“Indian Song on Independence Day in India. Wow! This is fantastic, someone said.
Masaka Kids Africana offers food, a secure place to live, clothing, education, and medical attention to Ugandan orphan children. The NGO includes children who have lost one or both parents as a result of conflict, illness, or starvation. African kids 2 and older make up this group.