Local group The Soil proudly sings for the Queen!

2015-03-11 12:06

Cape Town – One of South Africa’s favourite bands,The Soil, has just had the huge honour of performing in front of the Queen of England… #WHAT?!

The group which is known for their jazzy a capella style and beat boxing, perfomed at the annual Commonwealth Day celebrations on Tuesday.

The group consisting of Buhle, Ntsika and Luphindo were seen meeting the Dutchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton...

And sang for the Queen, Kate and Prince William...

The group posted this video the day before, showing us how excited they were about performing for Her Majesty.

They were inside the Westminster Abbey where the proceedings took place as well as showing us where the Queen herself will be seated! #welove

The group looked super chic in there bright colours and traditional clothing, proudly representing SA!

Touchdown SA, Thank GOD. We luvvvvvvvvssssssss u ????????????????????????????

A photo posted by The Soil (@thesoilmusic) on

Here's another pic of the group in Westminster Abbey #proud!

ICYMI, listen to the group's hit, Suzan.

What a way to proudly represent South Africa! Local is indeed lekker!

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