Drake‘s ‘Toosie Slide’ dance challenge has brought joy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

If you missed it, the Masaka Kids, comprised of orphans from Uganda who have crazy dancing skills, posted their rendition of the ‘Slide’ on Friday.

Drake took it upon himself to help these kids who had gone viral across Africa for their moves spread even more joy in the world.

When Drake shared their Toosie Slide video on his Instagram Story the following day, it blew up as did the Masaka Kids’ social media following numbers.

Suuna Hassan, founder of the organisation, tells TMZ that the children wanted to partake in the challenge because they love the song and hoped Drake would notice, even though it was a long shot.

Fortunately, the kids’ rendition instantly began gaining traction on TikTok, Twitter and IG, and Drake did notice so he reached out directly to ask if he could post the video, too.

Hassan says he and the children cried tears of joy at the gesture and spent the next day celebrating and doing what they do best -more dancing.

In fact, they’re sharing their most recent performance, which shows they got a lot more grooving to do.

Masaka kids dancing to Drake's Toosie Slide
Masaka kids dancing to Drake's Toosie Slide

Even more awesome … we’re told since Friday, the Masaka Kids Africana account has gained more than 120,000 Instagram followers and the organisation has received hundreds of dollars in donations.

Hassan says many more have inquired about how to donate clothes and other items … and Drake’s shout-out to his massive following certainly gave them a much-needed boost.