Jerusalema viral video infects Germany: "The song is a masterpiece"

Jerusalema viral video infects Germany: "The song is a masterpiece"

- Master KG's hit Jerusalema had made waves around the world and produced a number of viral dance videos

- The latest comes from Germany where it appears to have been used in an odd workout session where everyone is eating and dancing at the same time

- Facebook users have praised Master KG for his track and the unifying effect it is having

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Master KG's hit Jerusalema has gone viral, infecting dance floors all over the world with amazing videos being posted online. This time the song has popped up in Germany with a large group of people dancing to it outside on a beautiful sunny day.

The dance appears to take place during a workout session with the instructor leading the dance while he and the dancers eat at the same time, another skill all on its own.

Briefly.co.za saw that the video was posted by Master KG SA Music on Facebook with the following caption:

"Please keep streaming Jerusalema on digital platforms. #JerusalemaDance in Germany."

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Jerusalema viral video infects Germany:"The song is a masterpiece."

The popular track by Master KG has really taken the world by storm and it not slowing down. Photo credit: @Master KG SA Music
Source: Facebook

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This is what Facebook users had to say about the video:

Fabilous Alexandre:

"He's such a talented man! Love the song so much; great energy. The beats are awesome..."

Geoffrey John Stead:

"The honey in the white definitely has some African in her... she can groove proper. Love this song!!"

Obinnah Young Nwankire:

"The song is a masterpiece. It's unifying races. Kudos bro. Having said that, in all honesty, I sincerely appreciate the "FENOMENOS DO SEMBA" dance group for their creativity. You guys are great. Your role in popularising this great song is phenomenal. You rock."

Olefile Gontse:

"Master KG, well-done boy. Your song is bringing hope and much-needed happiness during this difficult period. God bless you abundantly for bringing such happiness to our lives. We celebrate you, we recognise you. You are a star."

Quatorze Novembre:

"This is the true definition of music: 'Vocal or instrumental sounds combined in such a way as to produce BEAUTY of form, harmony, and expression of emotion'. Bravo Master KG, salute from the DRC."

This was one of the latest viral videos from Canada.

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG and Nomcebo's Jerusalema achieved another new milestone. The hit song has reached a new peak and is sitting at #4 on the Shazam Global Top 200.

Master KG and Nomcebo were thrilled about the achievement. The duo have been dominating the news lately as their special song continues to take over the airwaves worldwide.

The Limpopo muso said:

“It is a dream come true for ‘Jerusalema' to be Top 4 on the Shazam global chart. I have always adored other artists being in the chart and now it is my turn... really exciting moments. If it was not for Shazam, I don't think people around the world will easily discover my songs."

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee has joined the calls for Master KG's Jerusalema to be nominated for a SAMA. As the song gets more and more attention in the country and abroad, many have called for the award committee to re-think their decision to exclude the track.

Black Coffee took to Twitter to start a movement to have the SAMAs make history by changing their nominations after announcing them. At present, the popular song is not nominated in any category and Coffee is looking to change that.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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