- Singer Nomcebo Zikode has been shown some major love by Mzansi social media users
- The KwaZulu-Natal vocalist sings the global hit song Jerusalema by Limpopo's Master KG
- Many South African social media users congratulated her on her achievement and appreciated her talent
Nomcebo Zikode is finally receiving love from social media users for her role in the viral hit song Jerusalema. The musician is the vocalist on the successful song by Master KG.
While the song is currently dominating worldwide, many have not mentioned Nomcebo's contribution to the hit but that has all finally changed.
Mzansi social media users took some time to shout out the singer for her incredible accomplishment in being part of a song with over 50 million views.
Twitter user Mfundoyakhe_S shared a tweet which read:
"Meet Nomcebo Zikode the leading vocalist of Jerusalema the world hit song. She is from Hammarsdale KZN, young and ambitious. South Africa where are you, let show some love for her. #Jerusalema"
Twitter user Nhlakzin_ns said:
"Hammarsdale ekasi lami (my home). I'm so proud of our very own Miss Nomcebo Zikode topping the charts internationally."
"Nomcebo has two homes KZN & Limpopo, DJ Ganyani gave her a stand and now Master KG is building a home for her."
"She's so talented. I first heard her on DJ Ganyani's Emazulwini. Great vocalist."
"One of the most listened-to voice on the airwaves. I hope she is working on a full album of her own."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG's hit track Jerusalema is fast becoming a global sensation. The artist posted another video of healthcare workers in France enjoying the song while also doing the dance that goes with the song.
The video posted at 10am on Friday on the Twitter account of Master KG has 25 000 views and 4 000 likes.
The original music video had amassed over 50 million views on YouTube and features female artist Nomcebo Zikode. A number of inspired dance videos have been popping up since its release.
The videos started with a video from France that went viral, followed by another from Romania and yesterday, another one from Italy emerged.
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