White People Singing Ghana's 'Che Che Kule' Song Goes Viral
Video: White People Singing Ghana's 'Che Che Kule' Song Goes Viral

Occupy Gh has sighted a video online social media of White people as they flawlessly sing Ghana’s ‘Che Che Kule’ folk song, instantly going viral.

In the video, a white lady and her colleague performs the song to a set of kids presumed to be their students.

As they sing and perform all aspect of the ‘Che Che kule’ song, including the melodies and rhythms, the little kids does just the same.

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White People Singing Ghana's 'Che Che Kule' Song Goes Viral
White People Singing Ghana’s ‘Che Che Kule’ Song Goes Viral

‘Che Che Kule’ is a Ghanaian folk song sung across the country and many African country across the continent.

It emerged as a song for kids on a program aired on the national Television GTV in the early 1990s.

The song is believed to have been debuted on the global stage in the 9th edition of the Miss World in 1959 by Miss Ghana Star, Nyaniba Annan. It was Ghana’s first appearance on the revered international platform which earned global headlines and was the first to be televised by the BBC.

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