Miri Ben-Ari, a Grammy-winning violinist-producer-humanitarian and United Nations goodwill ambassador of music to the United Nations has shared a video of the Ghetto Kids dancing to the “Sitya Loss” hit, a song that changed Eddy Kenzo’s life and appreciated them for their great performance.
The modern violin trendsetter and musical pioneer pours praise upon the Ghetto Kids through her official Instagram page.
“You gotta love those kids dancing with an attitude. Thank you for the great performance by the Ghetto Kids from Uganda, “Miri Ben-Ari commented.
This is not the first time Ghetto Kids have been celebrated by international celebrities. A few weeks back, legendary defender John Terry used a Ghetto Kids dancing video to congratulate Chelsea on winning the Club World Cup. American Rapper French Montana used them in his BET Award-winning video, “Unforgettable.”
Ari is a classically trained violinist who studied under the late classical master Isaac Stern. Ben-Ari has helped sell millions of records by collaborating with other Grammy award-winning artists such as Kanye West, Jay Z, Wyclef Jean, Alicia Keys, Wynton Marsalis, Britney Spears, Maroon 5, Akon, Patti Labelle, Akon, Donna Summer, Janet Jackson, John Legend, Aventura, Fetty Wap, and Armin Van Buuren. Her album ‘The Hip Hop Violinist’/ Universal Records features many of these collaborations.