- Mzansi music producer and Jerusalema hitmaker Master KG just keeps on winning
- The media personality took to social media to announce that he was working on a project with the biggest artist in the world
- Although he did not reveal the mysterious artist's name, social media users had a field day trying to guess
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Master KG has dropped a major hint about his upcoming project. Hot off the global success of Jerusalema, the music producer has been approached by a big star for a collaboration.
Although Master did not reveal who the star was, his announcement left social media users feeling excited.
Master KG has become a global name after his hit song Jerusalema became the biggest song in the world. The Jerusalema challenge has been trending globally and Mzansi could not be more proud of the local artist. Many have been concerned that the trending song has not been translating into cash for the musician, however Master has put those fears to bed.
The Limpopo-born artist took to Twitter to share that he would be working with a huger superstar and could not contain his excitement. He tweeted:
"I just got a call from one of the biggest artists in the world... Something beautiful is coming."
Social media users even tried to guess who the mystery artist might be. Twitter user OnkeBlack said:
"Must be Drake."
"He is talking about Cassper Nyovest."
"J. Cole feat Master KG?"
"It has to be Janet Jackson."
"Eminem ft. Master K."
"Blessings upon blessings it's Drake."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG's . The hit song has now gone platinum in Italy. This amazing accomplishment is one of many wins that the song has recorded since its release. The excited Master KG took to Twitter to celebrate the song's latest achievement.
Going platinum in Europe is no small task, even achieving that status in Mzansi is extremely difficult, so this achievement is definitely a big deal.
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