- Mzansi muso Master KG recently performed at a packed venue in Ethiopia
- Master KG took to Twitter to share two clips taken at the sold out show in Ethiopia
- The Jerusalema hitmaker expressed that he was deeply touched when Ethiopians started singing along Jerusalema
Mzansi musician Master KG took to social media a few days ago to share that he recently performed at a sold out show in Ethiopia.
The Jerusalema hitmaker took to Twitter on Monday, 1 March and shared two videos from the epic gig. The star, who was with his dancers at the packed venue, captioned his first clip:
"Sold out show in Ethiopia yesterday! Big thanks to all my fans for showing up in huge numbers... Jerusalema is our home."
The world-renowned music producer also shared that he was deeply touched when the Ethiopians sang along to the track that has been keeping the world dancing amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The artist wrote:
"Listen to the amazing voices of Ethiopians singing along to Jerusalema... This touched me deep."
The award-winning muso's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the sold out show.
"Beautiful and lovely man, big up. Bro, have you performed Jerusalema in Jerusalem' yet?"
"Big brother man, the love is real."
"Beautiful, keep doing what you do best."
The musician posted a snap of his beautiful whip on Twitter on Wednesday, 17 January. The Jerusalema hitmaker was with his longtime friend in the convertible Porsche when the snap was taken at a parking lot. The Limpopo-born music producer captioned his post:
"From tough times to good times we remain together me and this brother of mine... We started this journey together and we're still together... Chezzz (cheers) to more years."
Master KG's fans took to his comment section on the micro-blogging app to share their reactions to his post. @Wilz_Global commented:
"That's awesome man. Never switch up to your friends, especially those you started your journey with."
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Source: Briefly News