- Local artist Master KG's hit song Jerusalema is making waves over seas
- The song has been danced to in a couple countries, including France and now Romania
- South Africans could not have been prouder and they expressed their views online
The Jerusalema song by Master KG became an instant hit in South Africa but it is now making waves in other countries as well.
With a catchy beat and beautiful lyrics, it is no wonder the song is taking the world by storm. Briefly.co.za previously reported on a viral video.
The clip shows people in France doing the 'Jerusalema dance' last month and the footage went viral.
South Africans were proud to see Master KG's hit song make it all the way to France, however, it has now been honoured in Romania as well.
Last week, Daily Timișoara shared a video on Facebook showing a flash mob dancing to Jerusalema during a party in Romania.
The video quickly went viral, gathering over 1.2 million views and it caught the attention of both South Africans and foreign social media users.
Nondumiso Shangase commented:
"This is beautiful... More than amazing. All the way from South Africa... I'm happy to see you guys playing a South African song, Zulu lyrics."
Mohau Mohapi said:
"The guy in the orange probably made the song request and began dancing!! I like."
Frank Naicker added:
"Nice, whities do have rhythm."
Shalene Gobind wrote:
"So so beautiful... Wants to make you dance."
The video was such a hit, foreigner social media users asked who sings the song. It is no wonder Master KG is dominating charts with Jerusalema.
Take a look at the video below:
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported 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.
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.
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