3 Sisters Pay Tribute To James Brown With Funky Dance Routin...

3 Sisters Pay Tribute To James Brown With Funky Dance Routine.

While talent isn’t a genetic trait, it certainly runs in the Mukanga family. Sisters Norah, Yarah, and Rosa were born to dance!

The three of them grew up in the Netherlands, where they fell head over heels for the art form at a young age. Nowadays, they make up the dance group Let It Happen. At just 14 and 12 years old, they’re already viral stars!

The sisters have been sharing videos of themselves dancing on Instagram for six years and on YouTube for two.

Their moves have since earned them thousands of fans, catapulting them into the limelight. They’ve even performed on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” — twice!

The Mukangas specialize in street and freestyle dancing, while their favorite genres are hip-hop and funk. But no matter what music is on, they always bring their best moves and captivate audiences around the world — including the godfather of soul’s daughter!

On May 3, Deanna Brown-Thomas invited the girls to perform on Instagram as part of a musical tribute to James Brown on his birthday.

They delivered with an incredible routine set to the late superstar’s “Get on the Good Foot.”


As always, Norah, Yarah, and Rosa moved seamlessly together, making the entire performance look easy! Of course, they also made sure to add plenty of character!

Fans agreed — they couldn’t have honored Brown in a better way. “These girls can really drive their funky soul,” one person wrote. “Great job.”

Talk about quick feet! It’s easy to see how passionate these sisters are about what they do because their smiles say everything! Brown would be so proud!

See them in action in the video below, and share their amazing moves with the world.

Let It Happen Dance Tribute

GET ON THE GOOD FOOT! 👣Thank you Norah Yarah Rosa "L E T I T H A P P E N" for this amazing dance tribute!

Posted by James Brown on Wednesday, May 6, 2020

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