- A video has surfaced online of White people flawlessly singing Ghana's Che Che Kule folk song
- They beautifully performed all the aspects of the song including the melodies, the rhythms and the lyrics
- A video of their performance has gone viral since it dropped online
A video has emerged of some White teachers and their students brilliantly singing a popular Ghanaian folk song, Che Che Kule, which has gone viral after it was shared on Facebook.
Studying the music of a particular group of people can bring one to a greater understanding of the life of the people and they delivered the popular Ghanaian song beautifully.
They flawlessly performed all aspects of the song including the melodies, the rhythms and the lyrics and have impressed many despite the difficulty within the realm of the spoken language.
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"Che Che Kule" is sung in many countries in Africa and all over the world.
It's a call-and-response song with actions. The leader sings a line and then the group repeats it.
The song was produced as a kids' program that aired during the early 1990s on GTV.
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Miss Ghana, Star Nyaniba Annan, debuted on the global stage in the 9th edition of the Miss World in 1959. It was Ghana’s first appearance on the revered international platform which earned global headlines and was the first to be televised by the BBC.
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