- Some school kids have performed an acapella of two of Stonebwoy's hit songs
- The talented boys were videoed singing Stonebowy’s Bawasaaba and Hero tracks
- The video of the school kids has been widely circulated on social media
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Ghanaian dancehall artiste Stonebwoy would be proud of some school kids performing two of his hit songs in a video that has been widely circulated online.
The video shows the school kids remarkably performing two of Stonebwoy’s hit songs
Without any proper musical instrument to perform the songs with, the school kids created an improvised band to perform an acapella of Stonebwoy’s Bawasaaba and the outcome is nothing short of amazing.
The 30-second visual opens with one of the school kids confidently owning the lyrics of Stonebowy’s Bawasaaba and Hero with help from his colleague who were his backing vocalist.
Their improvised band had instrumentalists who created makeshift instruments with their desks to produce soothing vocals while their lead singer performed the song.
While details of which school created the visual widely circulated online remain sketchy, the boys have already become an online sensation after the video hit the internet.
As expected, fans of the president of the Bhim nation were mesmerised when they heard the boys owning the lyrics like they produced the songs.
Some heaped praises on the school kids for their amazing performance of Stonebwoy’s songs.
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