Shape Of You - Ed Sheeran by Ndlovu Youth Choir and Wouter Kellerman (flute)

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'Shape Of You' by Ndlovu Youth Choir and Wouter Kellerman. Don't forget to click the bell to be notified of all new videos! 🔔 Watch our latest 2019 cover of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' here: Watch 'Shallow' (A Star Is Born Cover) with Lady Zamar here: We had such a great time covering Ed Sheeran's song 'Shape of You' with the amazing Ndlovu Youth Choir! Thanks so much for watching! Please give this video a thumbs up, leave a comment below and don't forget to subscribe :) Get the song here: • iTunes - • Amazon - • Spotify - • Deezer - Follow me here: • Facebook - • Instagram - • Twitter - • Website - Follow Ndlovu Youth Choir here: • Facebook - • Instagram - • Twitter - • Website - CREDITS Shape of You By Ndlovu Youth Choir & Wouter Kellerman Composers: Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, John McDaid, Kevin Jerome Briggs, Kandi L Burruss, Tameka D Cottle Choir: Ndlovu Youth Choir Flute: Wouter Kellerman VIDEO CREDITS: Video Direction: Clive Morris Productions, South Africa. DOP: Daniel Black. Producers: Sian Clark and Tholsi Pillay. Camera Crew: Neo Pule, Morena Medi. Assistants: Simphiwe Mngomezulu, Isaac Sibiya, Mike Nqabeni Choir Production Coordinator: Liesje Tempelman Shooting location: a Special thank you to Maropeng, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa SOUND CREDITS Sound Producers: Ralf Schmitt, Wouter Kellerman Arrangers: Ralf Schmitt, Wouter Kellerman Flute Percussion: Wouter Kellerman Percussion: Sipho Hleza Translation: Sandile Majola & Lungelo Masango Vocal Recording Engineer: Bruce Forbes Assistant Engineer: Sipho Hleza Mixing & Mastering Engineer: Bill Hare Lead Vocals: Lungelo Masango, Thulisile Masanabo and Sandile Majola All vocals recorded at the Ndlovu Miracle Studio, Moutse, Limpopo, South Africa Flute recorded at Kellerman Music in Johannesburg Mixed and mastered at Bill Hare Productions, Milpitas, California, USA About the Ndlovu Youth Choir: Can participation in a music program change the lives of even the world’s most disadvantaged children? The choristers of the Ndlovu Youth Choir are living proof that it certainly can. This vibrant youth choral ensemble chants, harmonizes, and tip-toe-taps their way through a powerful 11-language repertoire that includes a sampling of all things South Africa: from isicathamiya (is-caht-a-MEE-ya), the a cappella genre accompanied only by body percussion, made famous by Ladysmith Black Mambazo, to ancient tribal chants, contemporary gospel, Afro-pop and Afro-jazz from the repertoires of Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba, and uplifting choral music written exclusively for the choir. Founded in 2009, this exuberant group has toured southern Africa and Europe with their multi-sensorial performances to significant critical and audience acclaim. The members are selected by audition from the young people from the Ndlovu Care Group, a community program providing healthcare, early childhood education, after-school activities, and more to rural Moutse, Limpopo, South Africa. Program directors find that, because of the time commitment of the choir, as well as the values of self-discipline, self- confidence, and leadership that participation imbues, choristers have lower rates of drug use, delinquency, and teen pregnancy than their peers. It’s about more than just staying out of trouble, though. The choir offers an early pathway to artistic and professional achievement that is so often only available to children from affluent backgrounds, but it also offers a connection to the children’s ancestral roots and allows them to share those cultural roots with the world. It’s a profound gift in both directions, and one which the singers themselves say fills them with hope: for a better life and for a better world. About Wouter Kellerman Globe-trotting flutist and composer Wouter Kellerman received a 2015 Grammy® Award for his collaborative album 'Winds of Samsara'. His next album 'Love Language' debuted at nr. 1 on the World Music Billboard charts and received a Grammy® nomination for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album, Kellerman’s second nomination in as many years. Kellerman has also been recognised at home, winning seven SAMA’s (South African equivalent to the Grammy), reinforcing his status as one of South Africa’s foremost musicians. Delighting audiences with a magnetic alchemy of warmth and technical mastery, Kellerman finds his inspiration in the spaces between cultures and countries, genres and disciplines. Passionate about teaching and empowering young people, Kellerman has sponsored the SOS Children’s Village for the past 17 years.


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Kristina Martinovic : I personally find this version way better 😍

Miss Gitundu : Ed sheeran should watch this..... Mama Africa.. ☺☺

Leonard Ondiek : I don't understand the language but I stopped drinking my juice and started dancing to the best cover of shape of you existing. PS.I have pressed the subscribe and bell button

Adhiambo Nyasuna : South Africans knows how to sing.if you agree with me, give me a like

Russo Chish : They've got such strong and beautiful voices, his flute crowns everything

Ntuthuko Qwabe : I am not just proud to be south African but also an African..I am happy to see other brothers and sisters commenting from different countries..Music is the universal language that unites us all

Ewa Gorska : Those people have a real, human POWER. They're REAL and when I listen to them have a goosepump!!! Well done :)) Thank you!

Fish Dawn : The Zulu language is so musical. So crispy ❤️. South Africans are so much talented. Africans are truly gifted.

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Aves M : I cannot wait to visit South Africa and experience a different culture! Ive visited some countries in South American and Europe but South Africa will be the first African country I visit and hopefully Kenya will be second. Much love this was beautiful 😍

Reem G : What a beauty, I love love it 😍 proud to be African, I will expect to see more of you guys

yusra yyaa : This is amazing! So much love from Spain. ❤️

Li G : Brilliant ! Makes me homesick. My heart belongs in South Africa!

Waikao Karema : Just watched this & trying to act like it didn't just blow my mind🙌

100k subs without a vid challenge : This is just beautiful ❤️ from India

Vee Halawi : THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING IVE HEARD ALL YEAR!!!!! Wish you could see the stars in my eyes rn!!

Brina : I feel like Africa have the happiest people on Earth.

nomin MN : Love from Mongolia 🤩🤩🤩 love this African rhythm, color and happiness 😍😍😍

Madam Viumbe : Watching this is so bittersweet... heartbroken because I don't know where I'm from, yet so proud to be apart of a culture that brings so much soul and flavor to the world. Great job!!!

Meruj Babajanyan : Wow great love from Armenia 🇦🇲

Ahmed Ismail : Mama Africa , The beauty in a simple way, love this , keep going

Morbey Njoroge : The lead singer has got some great moves. She's a good dancer and so the entire group

Lilly Flower : This was the most beautiful thing I've seen in a very long time. 💝

Sarah Songz : Wow! A friend send me this video and I am so so glad he did! It is one o'clock in the morning right now here in Germany and thanks to you now I am wide awake! :D this is awesome

Queen Ishtar : Amazing. Love from Switzerland ❤️

curta o momento : Very beautiful🇧🇷🇧🇷🇧🇷 from Brazil

H.J Katureebe : Created another YouTube account just to like this twice😄

Amanda Nunes : Que Lindo ♥️ 🇧🇷 ❤️

Hlalefang Thamae : People do not understand why iam proudly African !🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦

the prince : Even Ed Sheeran can’t stop listening to this ❤️

Yağmur Işık : It was the most beautiful and inspiring video I've ever seen. Thank you 😊😊 We'd like to see you more together

wanjiku tatua : If this is not amazing then I don't know what it is😍

Guïme : Fantastic! Greetings from Amsterdam

Camilo González : I loved this version, greetings from Colombia

BLACK.LIKE. ME : Sounds African...looks and acts like any other American (black) youth.

Rytah_Ug : i don't understand the language but I'm in love cheiii 😍

Ar Ar : AFRICA a "PROMISED LAND"... I believe that we are overly blessed😄😄😄😊

LOCO JAZZ : Africa wins!!! I definitely got goosebumps!

Просто Эн : Очень здорово! Настоящие голоса! Прекрасный вокал и аккомпанемент!душевно

mimmie pratt : Wow!! South Africa is a beautiful country with such beautiful people. God bless you all..I salute you all!

XOLANI SIBUSISO HLATSHWAYO : what a great time to be alive!

Marianne : Love the dance, singing, and definitely the flute! Amazing

jessica alejandra villegas : Esto es lo mas hermoso que eh podido ver en mi vida. 😭