The Triplets Ghetto Kids are the first Africans to appear on ‘BBC News What’s New?’, a fresh show on the BBC News. The dance group will be appearing on the show which premiers in about two weeks time and will be shown across the world.

Having talent is one thing, and being blessed is another. Not many artistes have been lucky enough to acquire both, but Uganda’s dance group, the Triplets Ghetto Kids, have been fortunate enough. Commonly known as the Ghetto Kids, the group mainly comprised of little children and a few teenagers seems to have achieved all things possible for an artiste in a Ugandan perspective.

The music group performed at the BET Awards in 2017 with American rappers French Montana and Swae Lee and have been quite up there in the ranks as the best dance group with appearances on major global stages and television shows including the famous Ellen DeGeneres show.

The Triplets Ghetto Kids continue being pursued by global brands to have a moment to share with the world. A crew from the BBC News was in Uganda yesterday shooting an episode of the new BBC News What’s New? show that will be aired in two weeks on BBC News globally.

The show is intended to share different footage of cultures, way of life, among other things of different people from across the world.

Good stuff for the kids!

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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