Justin Bieber Song ‘Sorry’ Performed By Ugandan Dance Group Ghetto Kids (VIDEO)
Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” has been interpreted by the Ugandan dance group Ghetto Kids, who can be seen dancing to the pop star’s hit song in their small village. Watch the music video below!
The African dance group, which consists of young children in Uganda, became an Internet sensation in January 2014 when a video of them dancing to Ed Kenzo’s “Sitya Loss” went viral. Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun tweeted their “Sorry” video on Monday, along with the caption, “Music brings joy all around the world!”
“Sorry” is one of the many hit singles from Bieber’s latest album, Purpose. As Gossip Cop reported, Bieber released a dance video of his own for the song last October, shortly before the album dropped. The footage featured a group of female dancers decked out in sexy streetwear twerking and gyrating to the beats. Bieber collaborated with EDM superstars Skrillex and Blood Diamond for “Sorry.”
Bieber’s dance video for “Sorry” was the first of several videos that, when combined, made up a 35-minute short film, which he called “PURPOSE: The Movement.” The project had a unique dance for each track on his new album.
Check out the video below of Uganda’s Ghetto Kids dancing along to “Sorry.”