Cape Town – South African dancer Bontle Modiselle, musician Alfa Kat and World of Dance co-ordinator Quintus Jansen recently received a certificate for the largest amapiano dance from Guinness World Records.
This came after the three broke the record for the largest amapiano dance record on e.tv’s Stumbo Record Breakers show.
The show had 250 people dancing in synchronisation to Alfa Kat’s latest amapiano song Shaya Lento at the Hector Peterson Memorial in Soweto with Sofia Greenacre from the Guinness Book of Records London as an adjudicator.
Bontle, who choreographed the dance moves took to her Instagram to announced the news.
“We’re official Guinness World Record holders for the largest amapiano dance, choreographed by yours truly, performed, synchronised at the same time. Achieved on Stumbo Record Breakers. Wow!
“We did it Quintus Jansen! Thank you so much for trusting me with this. A true honour! Shoutout to my bro Alfa Kat on the fire production of the music … I’m blessed and happy to share moments with you two.
“To every dancer who came and showed up, thank you for making it all possible. It would have been nothing without you. This is an incredible moment for South African dance history to be cherished forever,” she wrote.
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Compiled by Olwethu Mpeshe