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Detroit school choir records Pharrell's 'Happy' and claims 1 million hits

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According to WJR News, the Detroit Academy of Arts & Sciences (DAAS) School recorded Pharrell’s ‘Happy’ on video and picked up a whopping 1,000,000,000 hits as of Thursday, March 20.

The choir looks and sounds professional, and the leaders of the song are a boy and girl. These students have raw talent. There is only one instrument - the piano, and the rest is pure talent.

DAAS has a goal of going to Disney World and could sure use your generous donation.

Would you be so kind and go to the school’s website to make a donation to get this group of 40 students at DAAS to Disney?

When you clink the link you will see a message on the left margin: Donate for Detroit Academy of Arts & Sciences Foundation Choir Disney World Trip.

DAAS serves students in grades K-8 and is located at 2985 E. Jefferson, for the elementary school, and 3100 E. Jefferson, for the middle school - Detroit, MI 48207.

Applications for enrollment are now being accepted for the 2014/15 school year. Contact DAAS by phone: call 313-259-1744 or 313-259-1704.

Rev. Jim Holley, Ph.D. is the founder of DAAS, and Maurice G. Morton is CEO.


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