Young rappers show support for Falcons

Young rappers show support for Falcons

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ATLANTA -

Three young rappers are showing their love for the Dirty Birds.  The group D'Squared has combined their love of music and football to sing the praises of the Atlanta Falcons.

D'Squared is comprised of Mz. Diva, D. Starr and Princess D. The 6 and 7-year-old rappers say their song about the Falcons began when the team started a winning streak earlier this season.

"They started singing about the Falcons and we thought maybe we should put that into motion," said Ebony Bethea, D. Starr's mother.

Princess D's mom wrote the lyrics and the girls came up with the moves.

The group is already hit on YouTube and now that the Falcons are going into the NFC Championship game, D'Squared's popularity has taken off.  The girls have garnered more than a million views on YouTube and now hope to perform at a Falcons game. And not just any game.

"I think they should go to the Super Bowl because they're so awesome," said Mz. Diva.

To see the more videos from D'squared, visit their YouTube channel at youtube.com/dsquaredlive. You can also like them at facebook.com/dsquared.live and follow them on Twitter at @DSQUAREDLIVE.

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