Master KG: Milestone reached as 'Jerusalema' goes diamond in France

Master KG: Milestone reached as 'Jerusalema' goes diamond in France

- Master KG has reached yet another milestone with his track Jerusalema after already having a successful 2020

- The song, which features Nomcebo Zikode and Burna Boy, reportedly reached its diamond status in France

- Master KG took to Twitter to announce the news and seemed overjoyed at the latest accolade

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Master KG took to social media to express gratitude and announce the latest expectation that his track Jerusalema has surpassed.

The song has been doing well overseas and was just announced as having reached diamond status in France. The song has already had an incredibly successful 2020, from remix downloads to international celebs giving it a shout out, the track has made Mzansi proud.

The latest accolade of diamond status in France means that the Master KG's song has been streamed more than a whole 35 million times.

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Master KG: Milestone reached as 'Jerusalema' goes diamond in France
Master KG's track 'Jerusalema' seems to be the gift that keeps on giving. Source: @masterkgsa/Instagram
Source: Instagram

According to Music Business Worldwide, France's record industry organisation updated the certification levels back in 2016. Before that, a track was awarded a diamond certification for sales exceeding a quarter million units, but this was changed due to the increasing digitisation of the music industry.

In other local celebrity news, recently reported on Minnie Dlamini getting candid with her followers about being anxious that she's running out of time before her baby arrives.

Minnie Dlamini-Jones has taken to Twitter to share some mamma-to-be anxiety with her followers. The star is getting ready to welcome her new baby but told fans that she was getting overwhelmed while preparing her nursery. Minnie feels like there is lots to complete before she brings her bundle home and mentioned how she was "exhausted" trying to do it all.

She ended the tweet with the acknowledgement that she needs to call in reinforcements and that she would seek some professional help with her nursery prep.

Minnie and husband Quinton are about to welcome their baby boy and Minnie's followers sent her some words of encouragement after she opened up about feeling like she was "running out of time":

@jessicanzimasa_: "Get all the help you can sisi you don’t want to be exhausted, take it from a mom"
@MissRayG: "It's true, preparing for a baby is overwhelming ... I also don't know where to start . Good Luck"
@bobodelala: "Relax my darling and find someone"

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