A Johannesburg man recently took a nostalgic trip down memory lane by lip-syncing to an old-school house track from the early 2000s. In his TikTok video, the gentleman shared how his musical taste during high school was heavily influenced by attending a school with a diverse student body as reported by Briefly.
The TikTok video, posted by user @lil.cully, struck a nostalgic chord with viewers, garnering over 350K views. In the video, he can be seen wearing the Glenvista High School uniform he wore during high school. Leaning against a wall, he enthusiastically lip-syncs to Winnie Khumalo’s hit track “Live My Life,” a popular banger from 2008.
In addition to lip-syncing, the video showcases the man dancing, and his lighthearted throwback performance resonated with many viewers, evoking fond memories of their own high school experiences.
Netizens who watched the video took the opportunity to share their own recollections of how students from different racial backgrounds would dance to classic moves together, all thanks to the house music that played during their high school years. This shared nostalgia created a sense of camaraderie among those who interacted with the video.
Watch the video below:
@lil.cully Where my GHS fam at 😎? #lilcully #pov #school #culture #tiktoksouthafrica #rainbownation ♬ Live My Life – Winnie Khumalo
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