- Master KG's song Jerusalema has hit Number 1 for the first time in the United Kingdom
- The excited Master KG took to Twitter to share his great with thousands of his followers
- The Limpopo-born music producer's fans have congratulated him for flying the Mzansi flag high
Master KG's Jerusalema has reached Number 1 for the first time ever in the United Kingdom (UK). The song has kept the world dancing amid the Covid-19 pandemic since March 2020. It is still charting in many countries across the world and Master KG is proud that it has finally reached the top spot in the UK.
Master KG took to social media on Thursday evening, 4 February to share his good news with his fans. The world-renowned music producer features Nomcebo Zikode on the popular track. The excited limpopo-born musician shared a screenshot from iTunes on Twitter and captioned it:
"Jerusalema is Number 1 in the United Kingdom. For the first time ever!!!!!"
The star's fans flooded his comment section on the micro-blogging app to congratulate him on his latest win. Check out some of their comments below:
"I bought your album two times in Germany, so hope you will rise a bit more in our charts. But congratulations for this in the UK."
"Best song ever produced in South Africa... well done Master KG."
"Probably the biggest song to ever come from SA. Well done KG."
"We are very proud of you Master KG."
"You deserve a Grammy."
The song has helped people throughout the world beat the Covid-19 blues away by participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge. 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, 14 October to share the good news with his followers. The artist wrote:
"Jerusalema is now double platinum in Italy."
The star's fans have flooded his comment section on the micro-blogging app to congratulate him.
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