The amazing Ndlovu choir is one of the youngest/recent group choirs in mzansi, South Africa. They have travelled above and beyond the world through their extraordinary talent and vibrance. The group consists of young teenage boys and girls, also, young adults from one of the South African provinces, who got together for the love of their African heritage, culture, history and music. The Ndlovu choir was initiated in the Limpopo province, in 2009. The stages they have delivered amazing performances in include the "America's got talent" stage.
They do not only sing beautifully but also have the ability to dance to various forms of music. This is witnessed through their YouTube and Facebook platforms that they use successfully to upload song covers of artists from all around the globe. These include the famous, "Jerusalema" by master KG, "Ghanama" by Makhadzi, and "It ain't me" by American singer, Selena Gomez.
They have more than 30 thousand followers on Facebook, and one hundred and forty five thousands subscribers on their YouTube channel under the category of music. They also have collaborated with the multitalented musician, Lira
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