#SingYourDialect takes over Twitter – with global brands and celebrities strong to hear soccer players sing | News about Ant-Man & Art
If you said earlier this year that 150,000 people would take to Twitter to hear international players sing ’90s rap tunes – a few people would turn their heads.
But that’s exactly what happened this week, when a Twitter Spaces event called #SingYourDialect went viral, catching the interest of former free world leader Barack Obama, broadcaster Nigel Farage, football clubs and even the Recording Academy – which runs the Grammys – to listen to.
Twitter Spaces acts like a group audio call, with anyone being able to join and request to join while others listen.
18-year-old Jacob McLaughlin hosts the now-popular show on select evenings on Twitter, featuring listeners like KSI, Rylan and Lethal Bizzle, all of whom perform popular songs in their voices. their own.
On Tuesday night, everyone turned to #SingYourDialect rewards as England and West Ham footballer Declan Rice took center stage.
He put his own spin on a Vanilla Ice classic from 1990, but changed the words to “Rice, Rice, Baby” instead – leaving fans nervous.
The Domino’s Pizza account thinks the midfielder could be the number one contender for Christmas with his retro rap, while betting company Paddy Power says we should have a campaign to get him to Eurovision.
Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher said Rice’s vocals were “wonderful”, while England’s account also paid tribute to his star with a snap of him using a flag. guitar corner.
Twitter users have expressed their excitement for the event, talking about its unexpected success.
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– jacob (@jacobbmc2) November 23, 2021
One user, known as Alexei, wrote: “Tonight Nigel Farage, KSI, Declan Rice and Nando watched Shrewsbury Town sing ABBA, Twitter peaked.”
Another, named Tom, wrote: “It was almost 11pm on a Tuesday night and I was listening to Declan Rice sing Vanilla Ice live. Life was at its peak.”
McLaughlin’s Twitter page says he’ll be running the event on Tuesdays and Sundays from 7pm onwards.