Just See How This Baby Vibed To This Popular Burna Boy-featured Song As She Sang It With Excitement (Video)

So, baby has given an amazing rendition of Master KG’s Jerusalema in a video that has since gone viral

In the clip, the kid clapped, danced as she sang the chorus by Nomcebo

Many people who reacted to the kid’s video wrote about how the baby is such a darling


A little girl has become very popular on Instagram after her video showing her singing Master KG’s Jerusalema went viral online.

With her shaky baby’s voice, she sang the chorus rendered by Nomcebo in the song that has become a worldwide hit track.

It should be noted that a remix of the same song featured popular Nigerian artiste, Burna Boy, whose lines spiced up the track, pushing it more to a wider audience.


As the baby sang, she danced along to show she was enjoying her performance. In the background, adults giggled to show amazement at her rendition.

Watch the cute clip below:

Below are some of the comments the video has:

ano_ran said:

“You are the cutest darling jolly jolly baby.”

berrydavid48 said:

“Na old woman be this ooooo.”

f_redux01 said:

“I love her already.”

yungmeeky said:

“8 times n m still watching.”

rocxydiva said:

“Can you imagine, pretty angel.”

akinsholabello said:

“Master KG must look for this girl look so cutie.”

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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that a #JerusalemaChallenge was filmed in Belgium as healthcare workers at a children’s hospital danced to it.

The 250 healthcare workers in Belgium decided to stand together to do the challenge in spite of the outbreak in the world.

In other news, a Nigerian kid became the talk of the town after a short clip of him reciting the country’s states and capitals surfaced online.

Though he drooled through most of the states and their capitals because his speech as a toddler is still at the development stage, his performance was nothing short of amazing.

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