Dwayne Bravo's 'Champion' song goes viral after West Indies' win against India

  • West Indies Cricket Team celebrated their victory with this song after winning semi-finals against India.
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Modified 20 Mar 2019, 14:54 IST

Video via Vega Entertainment.

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To make this easier here are the lyrics

DJ Bravo DJ Bravo DJ Bravo DJ Bravo ‘

Champion, Champion Champion, Champion Champion, Champion

Everybody knows say Bravo a champion

Champion, Champion Champion, Champion Champion, Champion

Everybody knows Chris Gayle is a champion Champion

Champion Champion,

Beenie is a Champion

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Machel is a champion 

Bunji is a champion

Pollard is a champion

Lara is Champion

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Gayle is a champion

Don't forget Michael Jordan,

Obama a champion Mandela a champion

Serena a Champion

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Wendy a champion

Shelly-Ann a Champion

958 bolt a champion

Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion

Everybody knows say Bravo a champion,

Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion Champion

Everybody knows Chris Gayle is a champion

Champion we are real Champion 

Champion we are real Champion 

Champion we are real Champion 

don’t vex if your name not call 

We have to leave time to bat some ball 

We love Soca and Dancehall 

We love cricket and Football 

From ah dancing , ah my name your call 

Champion, Champion 

Every Trini and every yard man

Champion, Champion 

Every Vincy and Every Bajan

Champion, Champion 

Every Trini and every yard man

Champion Champion, 

The ‘Champion’ dance from the West Indian cricketers has gone viral during the ICC World T20 as the team from the Caribbean islands have been using it as a celebration during the tournament.

The song, released by Dwayne Bravo in March 2016, has caught the imagination of all cricket fans. A video of Bravo, captain Darren Sammy and Chris Gayle celebrating after the win over India with the song has gone viral over the last 24 hours.

The lyrics of the song hails West Indian cricketers like Gayle, Brian Lara, Sir Vivian Richards, Malcolm Marshall and Bravo himself as champions. The song also refers to sportspersons from other fields such as Usain Bolt and Serena Williams, and political figures like Nelson Mandela and Barack Obama.

This is the third single that Bravo has released after 'Go Gyal Go' and 'Chalo Chalo'. He has also played a small role in the Tamil film Ula.

The West Indies will be hoping to win the World T20 for the second time after winning the competition in 2012. They will be facing England in the final at the Eden Gardens on Sunday.

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Published 01 Apr 2016, 22:04 IST
 
 
 
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