The Ndlovu Youth Choir from South Africa’s Limpopo province has got the world talking about it’s unique African cultural performance.
The choir is taking part in the TV talent reality show called America’s Got Talent.
The South African choir was set up according to its founders to give hope to young people.
Some of the choir members have lost their parents and come from poor backgrounds.
That is however not stopping them from showcasing their talent on a global stage.
The choir has now made it through to the live television rounds of America’s Got Talent.
It wants to give hope to many more people around the world.
.@ChoirAfrica isn’t your average choir. They’ll make you get up and dance! https://t.co/TSrmmk757I
— America’s Got Talent (@AGT) July 17, 2019
The Ndlovu Youth Choir is also led by GRAMMY-winning flutist Wouter Kellerman.
The choir has done many renditions of popular songs in the past before this competition.
Here is a rendition of Shape Of You by Ed Sheeran.
The choir members are hoping for a breakthrough during the ongoing America’s Got Talent show.
They have also received a lot of support for their performances so far.
Let show the world what we South Africans are made off.
— Gift (@Gift_nambo) July 17, 2019
Hi. I am so happy for all of you! All of you are “Rockstars!”
— Rene’e Antoinette Braxton(ElvisBonJoviGirl1) (@ElvisBonJoviGir) July 17, 2019
Congratulations! You are all amazing!!! pic.twitter.com/bCtQkDlv2G
— Elizabeth le Roux (@TheLizzyleRoux) July 17, 2019
Thanks for representing us! Dennilton is proud of you
— TshepisoR (@Large_Skipper) July 17, 2019