Pink and the Ndlovu Youth Choir performed ‘A Million Dreams’ at an exclusive virtual fundraiser for UNICEF.
The singer, Pink recently virtually teamed up with SA’s Ndlovu Youth Choir for the latest rendition of A Million Dreams, a song that originally made its debut on The Greatest Showman — Reimagined, a companion album for the 2017 hit movie. For the UNICEF Changemaker 2020 event on 1 December, the artist collaborated with the Ndlovu Youth Choir for a beautiful, soulful rendition that some suggest might even be ‘better than the original’.
Fans might remember that the Ndlovu Youth Choir first rose to fame as finalists on season 14 of America’s Got Talent, where they blew away the judges time and time again.
According to PopSugar, the choir’s powerful harmonies blend seamlessly with Pink’s distinctive voice in this magical performance that will surely bring you hope and positive vibes.
On YouTube, Pink also said that it was an honour to work with the choir.
“It was an honor to collaborate with the Ndlovu Youth Choir on this new version of A Million Dreams. Although we were thousands of miles apart due to the pandemic, we were connected by UNICEF’s lifesaving mission of putting children first. Join me in supporting UNICEF by donating to their lifesaving work around the world.”
The choir, on the other hand, said on Twitter that the “power of music has proved that distance doesn’t matter”:
“Again the incredible power of music has proved that distance doesn’t matter when you unite to make something beautiful. Pink we may not have met but our spirits have joined together in song…”
The Ndlovu Youth Choir is from a small town in Limpopo and since its inception in 2009, “have profoundly affected the lives of the choristers and demonstrates the potential of any human being to achieve excellence no matter their background, education or place of birth,” reads their official website. “From its humble beginnings as an after-school activity, the choir has evolved into a truly outstanding professional ensemble.”