Rapping grandmothers in South Korea showcase their musical expertise | Lifestyle | EUROtoday
A gaggle of South Korean octogenarian rappers have hit it massive of their hometown and past, rapping about farm life and bringing power to a quiet rural space threatened by a inhabitants hunch.
Suni and the Seven Princesses have develop into native celebrities since debuting in a group centre in August final 12 months in Chilgok county, an space in North Gyeongsang province greater than 4 hours drive from South Korea’s capital metropolis Seoul.
After initially gaining a modest fan membership of 150 folks, the group’s fame unfold past their very own county.
They have been requested to carry out in native cities and seem on TV exhibits, and their movies have garnered greater than 77,000 views on YouTube.