18-Year-Old African Teen's Cover Of Beyoncé's 'Halo' Is Bound To Make Her A Superstar

People already call her "Beyoncé of Burundi."

Meet Audrey Iteriteka, an 18-year-old high school student also known as the "Beyoncé of Burundi" and even proclaimed "the biggest musical phenomenon that Burundi has ever seen" by local media.

But what's with all the praise, you may wonder. 

Apparently, a video of Iteriteka casually performing a cover of Beyoncé's famous song "Halo" in front of her high school friends has stirred some waves within the Internet community. It has been countlessly shared by local celebrities and is now on the way to conquering the rest of the world.

Listen to Audrey's soulful version of Beyoncé's "Halo" below and let us know what you think of her talent:

Iteriteka, who's allegedly an orphan and is currently studying modern literature at the Lycée Sainte Therese Gitega, says she usually sings just for her own pleasure and wasn't expecting to become famous.

"I was very happy and surprised at the same time," she told Akeza.net.

Audrey remains humble about her future as a singer, but at the same time is proud to represent Burundi and inform people about her beautiful home country.