- Master KG dropped the fire track Jerusalema just last year and the track has been doing the most for his cred ever since
- Announcing that the music video has clocked 40 million views, Master KG couldn't thank his fans enough
- Master KG's fans congratulated him for sticking to it and giving them a real groove-inducer
Master KG's hella lit track Jerusalema has earned him some respect that has him floating on a cloud of success. The South African hip-hop scene has been blowing up and artists are doing the most to make sure that they are at the top of their game.
Briefly.co.za knows how much respect Master KG has earned over the past year or so by gifting the people of Mzansi with some of the hottest tracks yet. He gets the people grooving.
Master KG dropped the fire track Jerusalema just last year and it has been a grooving staple ever since. The people absolutely love this track - it has put Master KG on the map for sure.
The track clocked an impressive 30 million views on YouTube, not to mention that his remix featuring Burna Boy has scooped 1.9 million listens on YouTube already.
Master KG took to social media yesterday to let his fans know that the music video just reached 40 million views in just seven months and he couldn’t have done it without them.
“Some call it Tavern Music and I said it's OK, wait and let me show Wwhat Tavern Music can do to the world. Jerusalema just reached 40 million views, thank you a million times.”
Fans took to the comment section to congratulate Master KG on this amazing achievement. Keep the good stuff coming, baba!
Briefly.co.za recently reported that the Jerusamela song has been making waves ever since Master KG released it. However, it has not just taken Mzansi by storm, the song is making people across the world bust a move.
Footage has been posted on social media showing a group of people in France dancing to the Jerusalema song in what appears to be a flash mob.
The video was originally shared on Master KG SA Music's Facebook page on 22 June, however, a woman, Elvira Potgieter, posted it this week on the #ImStaying Facebook page.
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