- Master KG's hit song, Jerusalema, has been making waves throughout the world and now it's reached Switzerland
- DJ Black Coffee showed off a request for a fire track at a Swiss club that he played at last night
- The crowd was going positively wild for the amazing song, which was snubbed by the South African Music Awards (SAMAs)
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Master KG's Jerusalema is a firm favourite in clubs and parties around the world and the latest place for it to make waves is in Switzerland. DJ Black Coffee showed that Jerusalema was requested by club-goers in Arzachena, Sardinia.
The club was positively going wild as the song jammed loudly through the speakers. We're so proud of Master KG for repping Mzansi all across the world.
Black Coffee shouted Master KG out with a picture and reference on social media. Master KG was over the moon and thanked Black Coffee for the recognition.
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Peeps have called out the SAMAs for not nominating in any of its categories.
Brenda Black said, "The SAMAs should be ashamed."
Fans were also impressed with the fact that Black Coffee was hyping up a fellow Mzansi artist.
Now that other countries have begun loosening their Covid-19 restrictions and clubs are opening up, it's becoming clear that Jerusalema is a worldwide hit.
Earlier this week, Briefly.co.za reported that Jerusalema was being enjoyed by peeps in France, Romania and Italy.
The song is a total viral sensation and Master KG is loving being a worldwide phenomenon.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za Sjava left social media users in complete disbelief after he shared two throwback photos. He claimed they were from when he was younger.
Many are still reeling from seeing a fresh-faced and beardless Sjava. Sjava posted the two photos on Twitter and Instagram and they immediately trended.
The musician did not seem to realise the fuss he had caused with the post. In the Insta post, he claimed the pictures were from 2008.
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