South African Indian bride jives to Amapiano at her wedding

South African Indian bride jives to Amapiano at her wedding

This is what we call a true representation of our diverse dynamic as South Africans. 

An Indian bride wears sunglasses and dances
An Indian bride wears sunglasses and dances/TikTok Screenshot/@realkylomylo

When the rhythm speaks to your soul, there's no ignoring it. 

A bride reminded us of that recently as she was videoed enjoying the tunes of Amapiano. 

She was dressed in her Indian bridal attire and jiving with her bridal party, even singing the song word for word. 

Watch the video below, courtesy of TikTok

@realkylomylo Amapiano is life 🔥🔥 #amapiano #wedding #indianwedding #fyp #dance #energy #vibes ♬ original sound - Kyle Thomas

This was a classic example that portrayed the diverse and dynamic relationship South Africans have with music. 

It goes beyond religion, social status, and ethnicity. It travels through to our soul in the same way we connect over sport, we connect through music. 

We wanted to highlight that as we celebrate the end of another year. 

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