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Perpetuum Jazzile is an XXL vocal group from Slovenia.

Toto’s Africa by Perpetuum Jazzile, performed live at Vokal Xtravaganzza 2008 (October 2008) – arranger Tomaž Kozlevčar.


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Thunderstorm simulation effects inspired by Kearnsey College choir (South Africa). THANK YOU!!!

Perpetuum Jazzile. Vocal ecstasy.

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  • Comments

    Elijah Daniels says:

    This is a Slovenian group that performs the song “Africa” originally by
    Toto. All vocal – no instruments. Just the harmony and beauty of the human
    voice. Turn your speakers way up to hear the simulated rain storm – to
    torrential rain – to thunderstorm at the beginning.

    Anri Lilkov says:

    Пак валя на обяд! Този ежедневен дъжд ми напомня за ……..

    Henry Kieskamp says:

    Rain and thunder over Africa – 

    Ryan Stupienski says:

    Am i the only one who thinks this is really bad? Like everyone in that
    choir is just… just so flat and horrible. There was like one voice in
    there that i thought sounded good, it was in the chorus, but that’s it.
    Even the beat boxer is bad.

    RainbowPvp says:


    Jolia Gedziūnaitė says:
    Aslan says:

    The rain sounds really real! ;)

    ThePINOYZONE says:

    Too Much White Swag I Can Handle. Just To Much!

    Ron Villejo says:

    Sometimes “Art of the Cover” rivals the original, as Perpetuum Jazzile does
    with this stirring Toto hit.

    Farglesword says:

    Because the choir thunderstorm has never been done before…

    Josué DELAGNEAU says:

    Très bonne imitation de la chanson original de toto pour les amateurs de
    chanson de ma génération 😉 (1982 je suis même pas née) !! j’aime
    beaucoup l’imitation de la pluie, c’est un truc à refaire pour un mariage

    Thais Diaz says:

    Wao ♡

    Αρετή Τάχου says:

    Δείτε τους Perpetuum jazzile αυτούς τους αριστοτέχνες του είδους, είμαι
    σίγουρη οτι δεν έχετε δει κατι ανάλογο. Φωνάρες όλοι τους ένας και ένας και
    κάτι μαγικό….δεν υπάρχουν όργανα, όλα τα κάνουν με τα χέρια και το στόμα
    τους, είναι οι ίδιοι τους και μουσικά όργανα.
    Απολαύστε τους στο Africa. Δεν το έχω ακούσει σε καλύτερη εκτέλεση ποτέ

    Andrew R says:

    This is fucking amazing.

    Elizabeth Connor says:

    We did the rain thing in the beginning at my School.

    Oscar Drew says:

    i always hated english class (im mexican) because im not bad at all x)
    but one day my teacher put this at the middle of the class
    i felt in love *W*

    Beth Baker says:

    Sounds just like rain, their intro to this, incredible stuff!!! Then it
    pours! OMG and then they make it sound like thunder, without instruments!
    This is a FIND!!! Thanks for this link from +Paulissa Kipp 

    Imelda Lopez says:


    Lidia lopez says:


    MikeOfKorea says:

    Yeah, it’s a great rendition. Thanks for uploading this.

    Osamu Oguro says:

    Perpetuum Jazzile – Africa



    Adiatma Sukwirahmanta says:

    Who is in the left of frodo, with the blue shirt ? For research purposes

    megastacker727 says:


    fuckenmike says:

    not a fan of the do ba thing, but this is pretty cool

    Richard Herselman says:


    klara robič says:

    naredili so kot da dež pada

    Joe Worsnop says:

    Did anyone else notice the guy who looks like Aaron Paul from Breaking Bad
    in this.

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