- Master KG won another award for Jerusalema and he is still feeling humbled
- Taking to social media with pride and gratitude, Master KG announced that he scooped the Best African Song at the Muzikol Music awards (MUMA)
- Master KG has had a phenomenal year despite the pandemic and it is all thanks to his lit track
Master KG won another award for Jerusalema and he is still feeling humbled. The number of awards this track has won deserves an award in itself. Jerusalema is officially the track of 2020.
Taking to social media with pride and gratitude, Master KG announced that he had just bagged another award thanks to his hit track Jerusalema. He scooped the Best African Song at the Muzikol Music awards (MUMA).
“I won another Award Best African Song Muzikol Music awards. Thank you.”
People from France, Italy, Spain, Jamaica, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Canada and literally every corner of the globe have expressed how much they love the song. Seeing huge crowds gather and dance to Master KG’s song is something special.
The track came at a time when the world needed something to unify the people and that is exactly what it did. Master KG is extremely proud of the track and Mzansi of him.
Briefly.co.za just recently reported that Master KG just added another award to his collection. 2020 has been an incredible year for this Mzansi artist thanks to the track that took over literally the entire globe, Jerusalema.
It was recently announced that Master KG walked away from the All African Music Awards (AFRIMMAs) with the Song of The Year Award 2020 for Jerusalema.
“Congratulations to Master KG for winning the 2020 Afrimma Song of The Year Award. #Afrimma #Afrimma2020”
It was also reported that Master KG has taken to social media to reveal that his smash hit Jerusalema is now double platinum in Italy. The song has helped people throughout the world beat the Covid-19 blues away by participating in the #Jerusalema Challenge. The track has continued to fly the SA flag very high across the globe.
The epic song features Mzansi songstress Nomcebo Zikode on vocals. The Limpopo-born musician took to Twitter on Wednesday evening, 14 October to share the good news with his followers.
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