- South African artist Master KG's song Jerusalema is making waves globally
- The song has gained global popularity, with videos of people dancing to it going viral in France, Romania and now Italy
- A video on Facebook of elderly people in Italy dancing to the song has gained nearly 3 millions views in just 4 days
South African artist Master KG has sparked a global dance frenzy with his latest single Jerusalema.
All around the world, lovers of dance music are grooving to Master KG’s most successful release that has an infectious beat and a dance to match.
The original music video has amassed over 46-million views on YouTube and features female artist Nomcebo Zikode. A number of inspired dance videos have been cropping up since its release.
Videos of people dancing around the world dancing to the song have been going viral on social media. It was first in France, then in Romania and the latest trending video has emerge from Italy.
The latest video s shows elderly citizens in Italy having the time of their lives dancing to the song and attempting to emulate the dance that comes with it.
Uncoordinated as the elders are, the internet absolutely love them.
"Proud moments of being a South African."
Charmaine Rall Smith:
"Love this and it is straight from South Africa and they dance the Jerusalema all over the world."
Ana Luisa Caunce:
"I feel like this song was made to bless the all world well done guys."
Denise Renè Mackay:
"Absolutely love it when are we going to see groups from SA posting themselves dancing to this."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande posted one of his trademark videos and fans couldn't help but be entertained .
House music star Prince Kaybee was one of those who couldn't resist Katsande's videos, which have gained him some popularity on Twitter.
Sports commentator Robert Marawa was also one of the fans who got a kick out of Katsande's video.
Katsande has even coined the term "Boss Ya Mboka Kitoko Makasi", using it as a caption in each of his uploads. The term loosely translates to "boss of the country, everything nice and beautiful".
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