By Rafal Rogoza (staff@latinospost.com) | First Posted: Feb 02, 2013 10:08 PM EST

 

Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta (L) celebrates his first-half touchdown against the New England Patriots with teammate Tommy Streeter during their NFL football game in Baltimore, Maryland, September 23, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta (L) celebrates his first-half touchdown against the New England Patriots with teammate Tommy Streeter during their NFL football game in Baltimore, Maryland, September 23, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Singing to the tunes of Ke$ha hit "Tik Tok" a group of young Ravens fans have created a 4-minute music video to support their home team at tomorrow's Super Bowl.

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The video titled "Ravens Tick Tock (Ravens Rock)" is written and performed by the Rockville Raven Maniacs and can be seen on Youtube. In the video, friends Lexy Silverstein and Claire De Meo, both 11-years-old, paint their faces purple and black and put on a show wearing Ravens jerseys.

According to CBS, The Montgomery County youngers made the video shortly after the Ravens won the AFC championship game over the New England Patriots. With the help of their parents and friends. The duo say they hope the video hypes up their team for Super Bowl XLVII at the Supedome in New Orleans against the NFC champion San Franciso 49ers.

The songstresses say they love Ray Lewis, the Raven's veteran linebacker who has been the face of the team since they drafted him in 1996. The hall of fame bound football star has announced his retirement during the opening round of the playoffs prior to to beating the Indianapolis Colts.

"We want him to win the Super Bowl so he can have a memorable last year," Claire said

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