- Master KG's catchy song Jerusalema continues to make waves globally as another video goes viral
- The latest video of the song, which has gained worldwide popularity, has emerged from Canada
- This past weekend, the original music video also surpassed 50 million views on YouTube
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Master KG's song Jerusalema featuring Nomcebo Zikode has been marked by a meteoric rise in recent weeks as it is fast becoming a global sensation.
The song, along with its dance routine, has sparked a trend of videos going viral all over the world. The first emerged in France and since then videos from Romania and Italy have also gone viral.
Last week, another video of healthcare workers enjoying the jam emerged in France. Another video has gone viral of the song and this time from Canada. The video posted on Twitter by a user identified as Boitumelo has garnered 151 600 views and 8 500 likes.
The video shows a group of young people enjoying the hit song which has certainly put South Africa on the map.
READ ALSO: France, Romania and now Italy: Master KG's Jerusalema rocks the world
The original music video of the song has also reached a milestone on YouTube as it surpassed 50 million views this past weekend. The music video now has 52 106 895 views exactly.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that reported that a video posted on Facebook of a little boy singing has gone viral. The video of the melodic boy's singing has garnered 264 000 views, 14 000 likes and 383 comments.
The boy's mother joins him in the singing towards the end but the people in the comment section love the boy's voice more.
The boy, who is musically ahead of his time, is singing a song identified as by 1980s band Incognito. Facebookers are amazed by the young boy's singing.
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