A group of Nashville university students gave restaurant patrons an unexpected show with a rendition of ‘Hlonolofatsa’.
As members of the choral ate dinner at a Mexican Restaurant, On The Border, they broke into a song.
According to WMCActionNews5.com, a representative for Belmont University said a soloist in the choir asked to sing "Hlonolofatsa," a traditional South African hymn.
"We had an awesome time," representative Jeffery Ames said. "So did the restaurant's diners!"
Ames said the hymn, arranged by Daniel Jackson and made popular by the Soweto Gospel Choir of South Africa, translates to "Bless Everything in the name of the Father."
"The beauty of the music is that it transcends race, creed, or ethnicities," Ames added. "With 'Hlonolofatsa,' it was a really special opportunity to speak blessings over one another."