National 7.9.2016 02:28 pm

Meghan Trainor says SA choreographer’s video is ‘unbelievable’

A screenshot of Rudi Smit's video posted on YouTube on September 5. Picture: YouTube.

A screenshot of Rudi Smit's video posted on YouTube on September 5. Picture: YouTube.

The American singer and songwriter has recognised South African choreographer’s video to her song, ‘Me Too’.

Just a day after it was published on YouTube, South African Rudi Smit’s video he choreographed to Meghan Trainor’s video, Me Too, has finally been recognised by the singer herself.

Last night, Trainor tweeted:

https://twitter.com/Meghan_Trainor/status/773251811419516929

By lunchtime on September 7, the video had nearly 300 000 views.

 

Watch the video here: 

It is reported Smit hoped the video would show off the talent South Africa had to offer. According to his Twitter account, Smit is an international jazz funk and hip hop choreographer and dancer. He is the executive and creative director of Dance2XS.

There has been an overwhelming positive reaction to the video from South Africans.

https://twitter.com/DenaAmyKaplan/status/773311435606626304

https://twitter.com/tubby508/status/773255453954416640

https://twitter.com/chanelhurlin/status/773265983578320896

https://twitter.com/johanndelange14/status/773260625342595072

This is not the first time Smit has uploaded videos of his choreography to popular songs:

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