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Jul. 22, 17 | 12:08 pm

Seventy-five members of a US student choir entertained plane passengers of an Emirates Airline flight with their rendition of a famous novelty song composed by renowned Filipino musician Maestro Ryan Cayabyab.
 
Amused with the impromptu gig, passengers and the plane crew went nuts and danced with the impromptu performance of the members Baylor University School of Music Men’s Choir.
 
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Video credit: Emirates Facebook
 
“It was a spontaneous performance for the crew,” an Emirates’ representative was quoted to have said.

According to the playful video clip posted on Emirates Airlines’ social media pages and Youtube account, the Texas-based choir was in Kenya for a mission trip.
 
The song that made Emirates’ passengers go nuts was popularized by the Filipino pop group “Smokey Mountain’ in the early ’90s. The song’s choral arrangement has been sung both by local and international choirs.
 
The airline’s video post has over 4.2 million views, and still counting.

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