A YouTube video is gaining popularity, especially since the Atlanta Falcons defeated the Seattle Seahawks in a down-to-the-wire nail-biter on Sunday. It features a performance by a young girl rap group called D-Squared from Atlanta. The rap song called “Wutcha Know?” aired on WXIA 11 Alive on Jan. 13 and the video was even posted on the Falcons website.
The stars of the Atlanta Falcons rap video are all 6 and 7 years old, but they were 5 and 6 when FTMedia Group produced their song. The girls, who live together, are triple threats because they can sing, dance and perform brilliantly. They’ve appeared on several television shows and have walked in many fashion shows. The three young stars are Mz. Diva, D. Starr and Princess D. Below is a message from the three, as posted on YouTube…
We have a passion to entertain, and it is no secret that we are destined for nothing but greatness. When people have had the opportunity to see us perform, they always say how we have a great impact on our youth today. Our main goal is to inspire children to go after their dream and get their education.
The lyrics are unbelievably catchy and set to a double drumbeat.
These Falcons, we’re poppin.
These Falcons are cool.
They represent the A.
These Falcons, they rule!
The girls not only rap, but they also dance the Dirty Bird.
Criss cross with your arms.
Do the Dirty Bird.
Bend your knees and get low.
Do the Dirty Bird.
The Falcons playoffs curse is finally broken and Atlanta fans are “rising up” to support their hometown team. The Atlanta Falcons will take on the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game that will be played in the Georgia Dome at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 20. If the Falcons can somehow shut down mobile quarterback Colin Kaepernick, they have a real shot at winning and advancing to the Super Bowl. In the meantime, D-Squared hopes to inspire all fans, young and old alike, to “rise up” and show their support.
Tony Gonzalez from the Atlanta Falcons urges fans to rise up and be loud
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