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Mzansi Youth Choir receives Golden Buzzer on ‘America’s Got Talent’



Mzansi Youth Choir

Mzansi Youth Choir, hailing from Soweto, captivated audiences and made a remarkable impression on the 18th season of ‘America’s Got Talent’ in Pasadena, California, United States.

According to Jacaranda FM, their breathtaking performance earned them a shower of Golden Buzzers, including one from the audience, resulting in an unprecedented total of six Golden Buzzers simultaneously! This incredible achievement propels them directly into the semi-finals scheduled for August 2023.

During their awe-inspiring rendition, they chose to perform ‘It’s OK’ by Jane Marczewski, also known as Nightbirde, who had received a Golden Buzzer during the 16th season. Unfortunately, she sadly succumbed to cancer on 19 February 2022.

See their performance below and their reaction when they got the Golden Buzzer:


The courageous way Jane faced her life’s challenges inspired the choir, and they deemed it fitting to honour her legacy by interpreting her original song.

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Established 20 years ago with the core mission of providing opportunities to talented yet underprivileged teenagers to showcase their skills locally and internationally, the Mzansi Youth Choir has remained steadfast in upholding and expanding upon this founding principle.

Renowned for their exceptional choral and vocal abilities, the choir comprises exceptionally gifted teenagers who seamlessly blend their performances with meticulously choreographed routines that complement various musical genres. With a touch of Mzansi’s unique style and unmistakable sound, they present captivating shows encompassing traditional, amapiano, hip-hop, gospel, jazz, pop, and iconic hits.

The Mzansi Youth Choir takes pride in delivering bespoke performances tailored to the client’s preferences, ensuring a memorable experience lasting up to 80 minutes. Even when presented with special song requests, such as performing a Mandarin piece for a Chinese audience, the choir demonstrates their versatility and dedication by delivering polished renditions within a brief timeframe.


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