It’s now official. The ghetto Kids are the best dance group in Africa after they scooped their first-ever international award over the weekend.
The Ugandan youthful dancers won the AFRIMMA Best African Dancers Award and this comes after their tremendous display at the BET Awards recently when they performed alongside American rapper French Montana.
The triplets are the only Ugandans to have won in this edition of AFRIMMA’s even though artistes like Bebe Cool, Eddy Kenzo and Navio were all nominated in different categories.
They raised the East African flag high alongside Tanzanian Diamond Platinumz (Best Male East Africa) and Victoria Kimani who won the Best Female East Africa.
The awards took place in Dallas, Texas and the Triplets managed to beat other African dance groups like Ghana’s Allo Dancers, Germany’s Triple Squad, UK’s Milo and Fabio, Nigeria’s Westsidelife style among others.
Ever since they featured on French Montana and Swea Lee’s ‘Unforgettable’ video, they haven’t looked back as they continue to conquer the world. Their performances have greatly improved, their rate card has also grown and their connections have also grown wider with rumors that Chris Brown is in plans on featuring them on one of his projects.
The Triplets commonly known as the Ghetto Kids, came to prominence after featuring in Eddie Kenzo’s song ‘Sitya Loss’ in 2014 that went viral on the internet with millions of views.