Watch: SA Youth Choir gives Ed Sheeran's 'Shape Of You' an isiZulu twist

Watch: SA Youth Choir gives Ed Sheeran's 'Shape Of You' an isiZulu twist

"Watching this video will make you truly proud to be called South African," says a beaming Damon Beard.

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Youth Choir gives popular song a SA twist / Facebook

If you've had a long, hard week in the office and you're looking for something to lift your spirits, this video is for you. 

From a small town in Limpopo comes talent you're bound to fall in love with. Introducing The Ndlovu Youth Choir who are a powerful, vibrant, exuberant, and colourful group with a harmonious sound. 

According to Good Things Guy, the group was founded back in 1994 by a doctor called Hugo Templeman. It is reported that they are a care group who look after the needs of the community.

In their most recent video - which has quickly going viral on social media, they teamed up with Flautist, Wouter Kellerman, to create an incredible isiZulu version of Ed Sheeran's hit, 'Shape Of You'.

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The video already has over 425,000 views after it was shared on Kellerman's Facebook page.

"It's been such a privilege to work with the amazing Ndlovu Youth Choir on this! Each child spreads hope and a message that anything is possible ," it was captioned.

The video features the choir all dressed up in traditional isiZulu attire, belting out the popular hit, with Wouter playing sweet melodies alongside them. 

It's the perfect feel-good video to make you smile on a Friday.

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