Here’s “God Dey My Side”, a new Afrobeats hit by Catholic Priest Fr Albert Ofere.
The priest, who is the former National Chaplain of the Nigerian Catholic Chaplaincy, England & Wales and based in London is the first priest to join the Afrobeats genre industry.
The video filmed in the London underground and directed by award-winning film-maker Obi Emelonye is currently causing waves across Africa and the UK.
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Lara Casalotti, a Chinese-Thai and Italian student diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia urgently needs a stem cell donor to save her life. She hospitalized in London where is undergoing chemotherapy.
In this video Lara's family appeals for your help in finding Lara a bone marrow donor match. Visit www.match4lara.com to learn how you can help.
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Here’s the video of the Filipino Food Festival in Rome to raise funds for the Typhoon Nona victims.
The event was organised by European Network of Filipino Diaspora (ENFiD) Central Italy in partnership with Sentro Pilipino & Socio-Cultural Committee.
A video like this one is rare indeed. The Atlanta teacher and the founder of Ron Clark Academy, Ron Clark, and his students decided to accept the dance challenge.
Watch how they are enjoying themselves as they dance to DLOW's "Bet You Can't Do It Like Me".
What was meant to be a quick and fun video turned into an international sensation, receiving over 60 million social media "likes." The video is an example of RCA's efforts to show that by meeting students where they are you set them up for success.
And the Internet just can't get enough of this infectious video.
Enjoy and dance to this to Congolese Rumba “Mobali ya bato” by Lutumba Simaro Massiya and Mbilia Bel.
Lutumba is a veteran Rumba rhythm guitarist, songwriter, poet and bandleader in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He was a key member of TPOK Jazz headed by Franco Luambo Makiadi, the band which dominated African music scene from the 1960s through the 1990s.
Mbilia Bel is a Congolese songbird who is also known as the Queen of Congolese Rumba. She rose to fame after being discovered by Tabu Ley Rochereau.