Burna Boy drops remix of Jerusalema, South Africans praise him

Burna Boy drops remix of Jerusalema, South Africans praise him

- Top Nigerian singer Burna Boy seems to have gathered more fans to his side going by reactions on social media

- The Grammy-nominated music star remixed the popular Jerusalema track by South African artiste, Master KG

- The song, which was already a fan favourite seems to have become more loved because of Burna Boy’s remix

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Music is no doubt a very strong force as it can melt the toughest hearts and unify people, and they do not even have to understand a word of what is being sung before it can move them.

It is no longer news, that top Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, is not always a favourite of the people on social media, especially South Africans, but he has been able to worm his way back into their hearts.

The Grammy-nominated singer is very talented and does not leave people in doubt of his great skill in music. However, the grouse people seem to have with him is regarding some posts he made on social media in the past which they perceived to be very arrogant.

Internet users hail Burna Boy for his remix of popular South African song, Jerusalema

Internet users hail Burna Boy for his remix of popular South African song, Jerusalema
Source: UGC

However, all that seems to be forgotten and the singer is once again a people's favourite as a result of music. Burna Boy recently jumped on the much loved South African track, Jerusalema, by Master KG.

The African Giant’s remix of the song has left a great number of people impressed and they have taken to social media to share their opinions.

The original singer of the song, Master KG, also took to Twitter to acknowledge Burna Boy’s remix. See his tweet below:

See reactions from some social media users below:

Wonderful how good music can change people's hearts.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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