The Triplets Ghetto Kids ain’t done yet, slated for Grammy Awards Performance.
French Montana in an exclusive interview recently said finding the Ghetto Kids was a revival of his music career. With the life and energy they put in their funny amazing dances..
A very poor family will be thirsty for a month and always pray to God for rain, and once it rains, they will look for all their bowled instruments like basins, saucepans, cups name it just so they can keep some for those sunny days, until it gets too much for them to hold and let it rain to the ground. It’s this kind of blessings that are showering the blessed heads of the triplets Ghetto Kids Dance Group.
It seems the sky will not only be the limit for these talented dancers but a starting line for more great things. Having made history, performing at the BET Awards this year alongside American Rapper French Montana, the Sitya Loss Popular dancers are set for greater heights in what seems to be an unending success story trail.
The triplets Ghetto are slated to perform at the 60th edition of the annual Grammy Awards scheduled for January 2018.
French Montana in an exclusive interview recently said finding the Ghetto Kids was a revival of his music career. With the life and energy they put in their funny amazing dances has created a trademark and built on their popularity.
Kavuma Dauda, the Ghetto Kids manager revealed the information while appearing on Urban TV at the Double Trouble show. He said, “Working with French Montana has opened so many doors for us and we are blessed that will be performing live with French Montana again at the Grammy Awards.”
Just after opening their Clothing line *TGK*, they had a warm welcome in USA and joined French Montana on his tour, perform at the BET Awards, popular American TV show, “The Tonight Show” hosted by Jimmy Fallon on NBC and the Teen Choice Awards after appearing in the popular “Unforgettable” video with French Montana.
It seems the turning point ain’t going to stop anytime, just like their mentor eddy Kenzo, life ain’t going to stay the same. They keep raising the Flag High.