WATCH: Wouter Kellerman and the Mzansi Youth Choir pay tribute to health workers with 'The Climb' cover

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Wouter Kellerman (Photo: Getty Images/Keipher McKennie)
Wouter Kellerman (Photo: Getty Images/Keipher McKennie)
Getty Images/Keipher McKennie

Grammy Award-winning flautist Wouter Kellerman joined forces with the Mzansi Youth Choir on a cover of Miley Cyrus' 2009 single, The Climb

The track has been dedicated to healthcare workers who have found themselves on the frontline amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

A unique South African spin has been put on the inspirational song, which was released along with a video on Monday. 

Technology allowed the choir as well as Wouter to come together in a time of social distancing to create the clip. Along with artists, the video also features powerful imagery of healthcare workers. 

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"These lines from The Climb describe the character of our health workers worldwide. In their tribute to health workers, Wouter Kellerman and the Soweto-based Mzansi Youth Choir drive these encouraging words home," a press statement reads. 

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:

Compiled by Nikita Coetzee

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