Students Bring The House Down With A Choir Rendition Of Whip/Nae Nae

A school choir is the last group you'd expect to watch them whip/Nae Nae, but these kids rock.

Let's be honest, middle school choir concerts aren't often exciting events. There are the usual songs, sometimes sung slightly off-key, that parents politely clap to.

But a middle school in Scottsdale, Arizona, blew the lid off their auditorium with an expected choral version of "Whip/Nae Nae."

Julia Salmons, a Twitter user, uploaded a clip from Desert Canyon Middle School's choir performance.

The singers, dressed in formal black and white concert wear, are quite enthusiastic as they sing the song in various pitches, coupling it with a few epic dance moves. 

People can be heard laughing in the background as the children do the skanky leg move and whip/nae nae.

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The talented choir performed with total coordination with one another, even stamping their feet every now and then to create a rhythm to the song.

The teacher, dressed in a full-length blue gown, guided the kids throughout the segment with hand signals and even performed some of the dance moves along with the kids.

The brilliant performance ended on an extremely high note amid loud applause and cheers from the audience.

The "Whip/Nae Nae" song by Silento has gained immense popularity among both youngsters and adults. Even presidential candidate Hillary Clinton danced to the number on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

Check out the interesting video above.

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