WATCH | It's possible! Kids show us how to do the gwara gwara to gospel

24 April 2018 - 11:34 By Kyle Zeeman
These primary school kids break it down.
These primary school kids break it down.
Image: Via SbuNoah's Instagram

Can we please just cancel everything and name the gwara gwara the national dance for all music in Mzansi.

We have watched from the sidelines for ages as the gwara gwara took over the world, from dancefloor to the Grammy stage.

While it has been used to get down to gqom, pop and even some genres of hip-hop, we bet you never thought you would see someone use it to get down to gospel?

Joyous Celebration gospel artist Sibusiso Desmond Mthembu, famously known as SbuNoah, opened our eyes to the possibility of it when he shared a clip of primary school kids breaking down to his latest single Wenzile.

This is what the song sounds like:

Check out the video here: 

If you need a rewind, here are just three of our favourite moves from the video.

The gwara gwara

The drop down

Now with the other leg