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Pinoy Siblings Release New Dance Video and the World Takes NoticeThe brother plays "Despacito" and even if she's eating his sister will stand up and dance!by Rachel Perez .
Look who has another viral video on their hands! Pinoy YouTube stars Niana Guerrero and her brother Ranz Kyle have captured the attention of international media like People, Mashable, Cosmopolitan, and more with their latest video. It shows Niana dancing to "Despacito," the now viral hit song by Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi featuring rapper Daddy Yankee. (Justin Beiber also had remix version with the original artists.)
In the video, which has over 66 million views on Facebook and 13 million views on YouTube, every time Niana hears the song, whether she's in the park, at the supermarket, eating in a restaurant, she will break out her dance moves as her brother films and teases her. (SPOILER: Their little sister joins in the dance craze, too!)
It isn't the first time the brother and sibling duo had a hit video. They had gotten our attention last year when they posted a video that shows their love for the song "Closer" by The Chainsmokers and Halsey. The video shows Ranz Kyle driving with Niana as the passenger (they also did a version for "Despacito."). Watch:ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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Ranz Kyle has over two million YouTube subscribers (he's also a part of local dance group Chicser), while Niana has close to 850,000. Their joint Facebook page, Ranz and Niana, already has 4.2 million followers. They have their respective social media pages on Facebook and Twitter.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
It seems far-fetched, but in interviews, Niana says she's a shy kid, but she really loves to dance. She and her brother, who have a nine-year age gap, have used their mutual love for dancing to help her come out of her shell, so to speak. They post sibling dance mashups, new jam challenges, and "Musically" app dance hits videos.
"It's fun, healthy, and it's a great way to bond. Sometimes we just dance out of nowhere when we hear a beat, and realize how similar our moves are. It's been great dancing with my little sis," Ranz told ABS-CBN News.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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