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Through Dance And Music, Triplets Ghetto Kids Spreads Good Vibes In Qatar Visit

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Doha: A few months ago, the famous Ugandan dance group Triplets Ghetto Kids shared their own promo for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 on social media. 

The group showcased their iconic and astonishing dance moves to the tournament's official soundtrack, Hayya Hayya (Better Together) featuring Trinidad Cardona, Davido and Aisha. 

In the clip, shared on June 6, 2022, the Triplets Ghetto Kids are shown holding a banner that reads 'FIFA WORLD CUP Qatar 2022', as the group portrayed two teams and a referee in a seemingly heated football match. On social media, the band captioned the video expressing their hopes to perform in the grand opening of football's biggest tournament in Doha this year. 

The dance video went viral online as it garnered over 2.5 million views on Facebook alone. This also got Qatar Tourism's interest who left a comment on their Instagram: 'We can't wait to see you in Qatar.'

Just recently, the Triplets Ghetto Kids finally arrived in Doha. Fashioned in Qatar's football team uniform, the group shared a video of their visit to one of the World Cup stadiums in the country. 

'DAY 1: Our happiness in Doha, Qatar,' the band captioned on Instagram 

The Triplets Ghetto Kids expressed their happiness being in Doha as they further shared their trips in different places in Doha on Instagram stories. Their trip included visiting the Souq Waqif, 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum, Doha Quest. 

Of course, the ever-energetic band didn't miss the chance to perform in the iconic Qanat Quarter in The Pearl Island and Sheraton Grand Hotel in Doha where they have been accommodated by Qatar Tourism. The band's number of social media followers also soared even more after their arrival to Qatar.

The Triplets Ghetto Kids is Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Kampala, Uganda. The group was founded in 2013 when they film themselves while dancing to Eddy Kenzo's Sytia Loss music, accumulating more than 8 million views in a few weeks on YouTube and other social networks. The group has also previously held concerts in many countries, the last of which was in the United States of America last month.

The Triplets Ghetto Kids is on a mission to use music, dance and drama to help disadvantaged and street children, as well as orphans to achieve education, healthcare, accommodation, feeding and clothing.


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