A new dance craze has hit Ghana, and not only Ghana but other African countries, including South Africa, where the singer of the song ‘Idibala’, King Monada Malwdhe, hails from.
In the dance, people are seen falling to the ground at some point, and they soon get up and prepare to fall to the ground again.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, some students in a classroom were also making the dance moves.
The video was seen on the Facebook page of one Daramola Elizabeth Adenike.
The setting looked like a class session was ongoing because they were all writing; but then, ‘Idibala’ was being played in the background.
When it got to the point where they were to fall, the students fell on each other, and then break out with laughter.
Checks by YEN.com.gh revealed that the singer of the song, and others with him in the song’s video did not fall to the ground.
However, this dance has been invented by some individuals who wanted to convey the meaning of the song to those who did not understand the South African language in which it was sang.
In the song, King Monada Malwedhe, was appealing to his girlfriend not to leave him because he had a sickness which could make him collapse and die if she left him.
So in order to help people get the part where the singer said that he would collapse and die, they fall to the ground.
‘Idibala’ is gaining grounds among the youth, and it is becoming more popular by the day.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported the news of another crazy dance ‘Do the dance’ which overtook many young people in Ghana.
There was also the ‘One Corner’ dance craze which was all over the place earlier this year.
‘One Corner’ was sang by controversial and fast-rising musician, Patapaa.
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