Video: This Academy In Nigeria Has Created A Remake Of Beyonce & Shatta Wale’s ‘Already’

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Dream Catchers Academy for Girls have remade Beyonce, Shatta Wale and Major Lazer’s “Already” music video which was part of the Black Is King visual album.

The Dream Catchers Academy remade the video and also the choreography.

Dream Catchers Academy for Girls (The Happy Kids) is a non-profit Academy in Nigeria, which offers educational opportunities, leadership skills and a better life for street and underprivileged girls – through dance, drama, music and visual arts.

The majority of children on this team have suffered loss, lived on the street and begged to feed – yet they exude so much charm, joy and positivity when they dance and sing. The girls in the Dream Catchers Academy For Girls are susceptible to risk and have chosen dance and similar art forms as a means of survival to change their lives. Currently, the Dream Catchers kids all live together as one big family.

To sustain and survive, we depend on donations from you, our family and friends. We also depend on money made from The Dream Catchers dance performances, monies made from streaming/buying their music on music platforms. Every donation or dollar made from our dance performances goes into the provision of shelter, food, clean drinking water, clothing, education and proper healthcare for the kids.

We are making a change through innovative education.

The children on this team work towards becoming great individuals in the society. Our vision is for every girl to have access to good education and have a chance at a tertiary/University education. Our hope is for the girls to attain this height of success through hard work and dedication.

Source: Kuulpeeps

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