- Master KG and Nomcebo Zikode's song Jerusalema is the most-streamed African song on Spotify
- Social media users have been commenting on the impact that the song has had all over the world
- Master KG is thrilled and overjoyed with the news and celebrated with red heart emojis on social media
Mzansi record producer Master KG is celebrating another big win coming from his song Jerusalema. The success just won't stop and he's enjoying every moment. Twitter handle @AfricaFactsZone tweeted an interesting fact that got the timeline going.
"Master KG's Jerusalema ft. Nomcebo Zikode is the most streamed African song on Spotify with 220.4 million streams on the original song. It's the fifth most-watched African video on YouTube with 377 million views," they said.
Master KG released Jerusalema a year ago and the song became a hit all over the world. The song gained popularity in Italy and it was upwards ever since.
Master KG quoted the tweet by @AfricaFactsZone with red heart emojis.
Mzansi social media users reacted to the post and were thrilled about the news. Check out the reactions below:
"Good song any day any time. Any and every country will always appreciate a good song. Apart from South Africans of course."
"Watch people say the remix was unnecessary."
"How much are the estimated potential earnings?"
"Wonder how much money they actually got."
"Which is the most-watched? Akon."
Briefly News previously reported that Master KG is going to receive royalties after TikTok strruck a deal with SAMRO.
Master KG is preparing to receive a fat cheque for his song Jerusalema after TikTok signed a deal with the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) and the Composers, Authors and Publishers Association (CAPASSO).
According to a press release, the popularity of South African music on TikTok has led to this deal and artists are set to receive royalties should their music be used on the popular video-sharing app.
"The deal ensures the talented songwriters, composers and music publishers the organisations represent will receive royalty payments when their music is used on the platform," the media release reads.
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