- A group of young ladies named Dream Catchers Academy has reproduced Beyoncé’s Already music video which features Ghana’s dancehall musician, Shatta Wale
- In a video on their official Instagram handle, the crop of young girls can be seen in synchronised dance steps while choreographing to the original Already music video
- The group's striking video also attempts to feature the costumes and settings in Beyoncé’s video
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A group of African kids identified as the Dream Catchers Academy have reproduced Beyoncé's Already music video which features Ghana’s dancehall musician, Shatta Wale.
The young ladies were captured displaying their brilliant dance moves as they imitated scenes from the Already music video.
In the video that is trending on social media, the talented kids can be seen in synchronised moves while choreographing to Beyonce's original song.
Their version, including their weird costumes and settings, has a striking resemblance to the actual piece.
Watch the video below:
Legit.ng gathered that the Dream Catchers Academy is made up of abandoned and deprived girls who are trained to maximise their potentials to become useful to themselves and the larger society.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 69-year-old Nigerian grandma, Mojisola Odegbami, never thought she would appear in a music video by one of the world's top artistes, Beyonce.
It was gathered that when she travelled to America, a thing like featuring in Beyonce’s Black Is King album was not in the picture.
The Nigerian woman appeared in one of the tracks called Bigger, portraying the character of an African queen.
In mood, she was elegant in African traditional print as she tied gele. The woman said that her journey to America was for a medical purpose. It was during that trip that she met one Folajomu “FJ Akinmurele who was an actor.
"I was staying with my daughter's friend, and this friend of hers has a 7-year-old son. The son, FJ, is the main character in "Black Is King," she said.
She added that she was the one that was always driving the actor to practice because his mom was not around.
Odegbami said that she became known by Beyonce’s staff as grandma Moji. Despite her frequent presence during rehearsals, she was never cast until FJ’s mom signed her up with a talent agency.
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