- A group of young ladies named Dream Catchers Academy have reproduced Beyoncé’s Already music video which features Ghana’s dancehall musician, Shatta Wale
- In a video on their official Instagram handle, the crop of young girls can be seen in synchronised dance steps while choreographing to the original Already music video
- The group's striking video also attempts to feature the costumes and settings in Beyoncé’s video
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A group of African kids identified as the Dream Catchers Academy have reproduced Beyoncé's Already music video which features Ghana’s dancehall musician, Shatta Wale.
The crop of young ladies were captured displaying their brilliant dance moves as they imitated scenes from the Already music video.
In the video that is widely being circulated on social media, the talented young ladies can be seen in synchronised moves while choreographing to Beyonce's original song.
Their version, including their weird costumes and settings, has a striking resemblance with the actual piece.
YEN.com.gh gathered that the Dream Catchers Academy is made up of abandoned and deprived girls who are trained to maximise their potentials to become useful to themselves and the larger society.
Watch the video below.
In a related story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Grammy award-winning American singer, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, has released the Black Is King visual album which is linked to Disney’s remake of last year’s The Lion King.
Beyoncé’s visuals have accentuated her exceptional creative capabilities as an iconic artist. The Already single, which forms part of The Lion King: The Gift album, is featured in Beyoncé’s Black is King visual album.
Following the release of the latest music video for Beyoncé’s Already song which features Ghana’s dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, more Ghanaian creatives have emerged as contributors to the extraordinary video.
YEN.com.gh has compiled photos of the four Ghanaian creatives who worked on Beyoncé’s Black is King album.
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