- Master KG has received even more international recognition as he's been nominated for a Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award
- The South African record producer has received a few awards and might be hoping to add some more to his CV
- Master KG started making beats when he was 13 years old but has now turned his career into something greater
Jerusalema hitmaker Master KG has been nominated for the popular Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award. Master KG has been nominated for the award of the Most Favourite Global Star.
The 25-year-old record producer received worldwide recognition for his song Jerusalema featuring Nomcebo Zikode and he's planning a few more international collaborations for 2021.
This year, the award show will be hosted by Keenan Thompson and it will be broadcast across Nickelodeon, Nicktoons and Nick Jr.
What makes the Kid's Choice Awards special is the iconic green slime that they use on celebrities during the show.
Master KG is still marveling at the road that his career has taken. The star has said on many occasions that he didn't think beyond South Africa when he started his journey.
Master KG has won a few awards and he is certainly hoping to bag the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award too. The music video for Jerusalema has over 300 million views on YouTube.
The record-producer, born Kgaogelo Moagi started his journey with music when he was 13. He started experimenting with different beats using a computer that his uncle bought for him.
The star has just turned 25 but he's definitely planning to reach even greater heights.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG celebrates his 25th birthday and Mzansi sent him some love. Master KG is celebrating his 25th birthday and Mzansi is sending their best to the music producer who has managed to accomplish so much in his young life.
Fans took to the comments section to write out some love, emojis and well-wishes to their fave as he celebrates his special day. KG himself took to social media to share a post and mark the occasion as he took stock of how grateful he is to be seeing another birthday.
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