- Master KG has shared on social media that Bojo Mujo influenced his music
- Master KG even referred to the late Limpopo-born musician as his "legend"
- Tweeps also shared that Master KG, who produced the world renowned hit Jerusalema, reminds them of Bojo Mujo
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Master KG has revealed that late Limpopo-born musician Bojo Mujo influenced his music. The Jerusalema hitmaker, who is also from Limpopo, told a tweep that Bojo is his "legend".
A Twitter comedian tried to throw shade at Master KG about his voice being used on Bojo Mujo's songs. The musician laughed off the shade and instead praised the Summer Rain hitmaker for inspiring him to make hits. Master KG wrote:
"Lol. That's my legend. My inspiration comes from him. May his soul rest in peace."
A lot of social media users have shared that Master KG reminds them of Bojo because their music sounds the same. Check out some of the comments below:
"No wonder your music reminds me of him."
"I've always said I see Bojo in Master KG. Guess I wasn't delusional."
"Lol, we used to jam to his songs hey... Legend indeed."
"It makes perfect sense."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Master KG took to social media to praise songstress Nomcebo Zikode's new song titled Xola Moya Wam'. The song is taken off her recently released album Xola Moya Wami.
The world-renowned musician described Nomcebo's song as "a beautiful record". The song features Master KG himself. It was released a few weeks ago but has already garnered more than 5 million listens on YouTube alone. Mzansi social media users have also expressed that the song is a banger.
Master KG, who has been keeping Mzansi and the world dancing the Covid-19 blues away, tweeted: "But @Nomcebozikode Xola Moya Wami guy. This is a beautiful record."
The humbled singer showed her appreciation to Master KG's shout-out. She replied to him with a sweet post. Nomcebo wrote:
"Thank you Master, you are just an angel sent by God."
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