Vuvuzela drone soars from stadia straight into music chartsJune 24th, 2010 - 5:25 pm ICT by ANI
London, June 24 (ANI): A group of record producers have unveiled a vuvuzela dance track for fans even as the soccer World Cup organisers are toying with the idea of a ban on the trumpet’s drones inside stadiums.
Blow That Vuvuzela, created by a team which calls itself The Voodoo Sellers, is to be released Thursday on iTunes.
The track - claimed to be Britain’s first commercial vuvuzela single - unites rhyming celebrity names such as Nelson Mandela, David Mellor, Paul Weller, Uri Geller and “busty Nigella”.”We’d heard that some of the big corporate sponsors wanted the vuvuzela out of the stadiums and felt something had to be done. And fast,” The Mirror quoted the group’s frontman, who uses the pseudonym Viv Vuzela, as saying.
“The vuvuzela has united the world. It is the sound of the tournament. This is a call to everyone to blow that vuvuzela in defiance.”
Vuzela added: “We wanted to include Fabio Capella in the lyrics but he didn’t quite fit.” (ANI)
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