- Master KG is riding a wave of success, with his song becoming a worldwide hit, after years of hard work and perfecting his craft
- The star, who is known to say "Wanitwa mos" on every track, has explained why he won't stop using the catch phrase
- Master KG said, although he knows it irritates, the phrase is his signature on every song and it works for him
Master KG definitely came to slay in 2020. The star's hit song, Jerusalema, was a shoe-in for one of Mzansi's top five songs last year. However, no one could have predicted that it would become a worldwide hit as the rest of the world loosens Covid-19 restrictions and gets back to clubbing.
As a result of this phenomenon, the spotlight is firmly on Master KG. The star has decided to let fans know a little more about himself and explain a few things - including why he always says "Wanitwa mos" on every track.
Master KG explained that the phrase is his signature. KG said, although he realises it irritates some people, he won't stop saying it as it works for him
Master KG tweeted, "I'm always told to stop shouting 'Master Master KG, Wanitwa mos' on my songs.' I know it can be annoying, but it works for me hlee (please)."
Master KG also explained why he believes his song, Jerusalema, is a hit across the world even though it's sung in an indigenous language. The star said music is a universal language that speaks to the soul.
KG elaborated, "Music doesn't need a visa to travel."
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Minnie Dlamini Jones is not okay with her man being away from her for too long.
The star opened up to fans that his absence for just a few days gave her so much separation anxiety that she's started following him around everywhere he goes now that he's back. The attachment issues are real.
Fans could totally relate as most people have had to make sacrifices and implement precautions that they never in their wildest dreams ever imagined they would have to.
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