As soon as the beat drops the students are seen bopping their heads and dancing to one of SA's biggest gqom songs of 2016.
We don't need to tell you how much of a jam Babes Wodumo's Wololo is, no matter what nationality or race you come from.
Wololo always makes you lose your morals on the dancefloor, Gobis'Qolo has that same effect as well.
Remember this video?
Anyway, back to the UK students and their reaction to the Babes Wodumo song. You just can't help but smile with pride when you watch the positive response the students have towards the video and song.
The group is known as the Ubunifu crew from London and have created a YouTube channel called the Ubunifu Space that focuses on watching and learning popular music from all across Africa. The crew requests Africans to send their suggestions of the most popular African music videos in the continent to them. After watching the video, the crew gives their opinion about the various videos.
The Ubunifu crew has reviewed numerous music videos from South Africa as well, including OkmalumeKoolkat's Gqi, Nasty C's NDA, Cassper Nyovest's Tito Mboweni (We suggest you watch their reaction to Tito Mboweni it's hilarious) and AKA's World Is Yours, which they thoroughly enjoyed watching as well.
The Ubunifu crew loved the video so much that they even said they want to come to South Africa just so they can jam to this song.
We can't wait for them to also watch the Gobisi'Qolo video, they'll surely lose their minds. It's funny how the crew attempts to do the Gwarra Gwarra dance as well in this video
Check it out.
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