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When you hear the song "Jerusalem" for the first time, you immediately want to play along. The infectious rhythm of the South African gospel beat has become the unmistakable soundtrack of the COVID pandemic on social media. The dance that goes with it can be seen everywhere: We stand together, even in difficult times! It is a song of hope for many people all over the world who have Covid-19 or are suffering the consequences of the pandemic.

Gervas Emmanuel

Thu, 17.12.2020 - 11:35

Gervas is a 4year old baby boy, suffering from Athetoid cerebral palsy.

Elibariki Elisante

Thu, 17.12.2020 - 11:34

Elibariki Elisante is aged 20 years old, suffering from cerebral palsy. Elibariki was admitted in the social skills program in 2006; he was only six years then and he could not stand on his own. Both his left hand and leg were completely dysfunctional.

Anton's next digital concert will be released on December 12, 2020.

He will present his new english songs from his forthcoming album.

The digital concert will be called "Journey Part II" and it will be recorded in a very large studio just outside Amsterdam. This will also ensure that all hygiene and distance rules are guaranteed. Anton and his highly professional live band are already looking forward to the concert in the middle of the pandemic.

Jerusalema is a South African gospel beat that was put online a year ago by the South African DJ and producer Master KG, and has gone viral around the globe ‘the corona anthem’.