Master KG thanks fans for making 2020 the year of his life

Master KG thanks fans for making 2020 the year of his life

- Master KG has taken to social media to thank fans for supporting him through 2020

- The music producer said that the past year was his most successful one to date

- The musician’s track Jerusalema became the most Shazamed song in the world at some point last year

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Master KG thoroughly enjoyed the year 2020. It was the year that his song became a global anthem and his name became a household favourite. He has also made some major bucks.

The track Jerusalema, along with the viral challenge that resulted, made Master KG one of Africa’s biggest exports last year. Jerusalema became the most Shazamed song in the world at some point.

Taking to social media, the music producer graciously thanked all who supported the song and made it a success. He said he would share fond memories of the past year as it was successful in every single way for him. The muso tweeted:

Jerusalema: Master KG and Nomcebo Zikode's song becomes South African anthem
“I will always remember 2020 because is the year that I had my first global hit Jerusalema ft Nomcebo. Thank you world for making my dream come through [sic]... thank you GOD and my family for lifting me up for the whole world to see my talent.”

Social media users shared their thoughts at his beautiful words and showed their appreciation for his gratitude. Veteran talk show host Felicia Mabuza-Suttle said:

“Happpiiii @MasterKGsa! I know the chief said, "No tin hitting" in #Mzansi. Will do it here for with #StayAtHome. Thanks for keeping our spirits high with #Jerusalema during the most challenging year ever son. Wishing you continued success. Keep us dancing!”

Cellular_ZA said:

“Twenty-twenty was your year bro... I mean the Ronaldo one posting your video is something huge on its own. Continue dreaming big bro and keep making good music.”

IamVaessa77 said:

“Wanitwa mos. Skeletons Move was a African hit also... keep de world dancing.”
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RealMrumaDrive said:

“Happy new year leadership, you took 2020 by storm, here's to 2021.”

AnnaSwanapoel said:

“I can't stop listening and watching. I can honestly say it's the best song in at least 5 years. We must thank you! Happy New Year and the many songs that will be coming our way from you.”

Mamapapi4 said:

“You praised God with that song man, he was simply showing you appreciation. More blessing for you bro. Wa ratuwa mo Lesotho. Happy New Year.”

Mar_cusG said:

“You made a hit about the Holy Land, God won't overlook, He provides and protects.”

Master KG thanks fans for making 2020 his big year

Master KG has thanked fans for supporting him. Image: @masterkgsa
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Jerusalema money is long if Master KG’s recent Twitter post is anything to go by. The music producer recently left jaws on the floor when he shared a picture of his luxury car collection.

In the collection, the muso has a Ferrari, a Porsche and what looks like a Mercedes Vito. The total worth of all vehicles is almost R10 million!

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Sharing the post online, Master captioned it:

“Young King!!! Wanitwa Mos!!”

Twitter users flooded his comments section with praise while some were left pretty shook by the expensive display. Twitter user Julie76821236 said:

“Your babies are cute.”

Musa72091373 said:

“Stay focused boy, please don't be confused by fame use your money wisely. Congratulations, own achievements.”

MzuraVanie said:

“You're living large man. Awenze nge E-Wallet phela.”

012_KiiD said:

“All these from only music?”

patron46901537 said:

“Please make sure you own these my guy, pleaaaaase.”

ScoliwaNgoash said:

“Expensive cars is to clean money or for what.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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