- Master KG travelled to Namibia this week as he is scheduled to perform on Thursday, 5 November
- The Jerusalema hitmaker is performing at the Namibian Tourism Expo and is still celebrating his song going diamond in France
- Master KG took to his Instagram stories to chat about how honoured and excited was for the show
Master KG touched down in Namibia this week and was seen at Hosea Kutako International Aiport. The star is set to perform at the Namibian Tourism Expo on Thursday night and took to Instagram to express his excitement.
The rapper also added some video to his stories just as he was waiting backstage before he went on to perform. Master KG has been having a fantastic year and is staying booked and busy as he continues on his upward trend.
The hitmaker is fresh off of another accolade as he recently celebrated his global hit Jerusalema reaching 35 million streams in France.
The artist also took to Twitter the day before to tweet out:
"Out here In Namibia Tomoro I Have Amazing Show!!!"
He previously played a gig in Malawi and shared some footage of the event so fans may be in for some video of his Namibia performance too.
In previous Master KG news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on his hit Jerusalema being streamed enough that it was awarded diamond status in France.
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 35 million times.
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.
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