- Master KG has won another award thanks to his smash hit Jerusalema which kept the world dancing amid the Covid-19 pandemic
- Master KG announced on Wednesday that he bagged the Global Record of the Year award at the Global Music Awards Africa
- The talented music producer's fans congratulated Master KG after he shared the good news on social media
Master KG has bagged yet another award. The Jerusalema hitmaker took home the Global Record of the Year award at the Global Music Awards Africa.
The world-renowned DJ took to Instagram on Wednesday, 21 April to share his good news with his fans. The music producer has won countess awards since his song Jerusalema went viral across the world.
The star took to the photo-sharing app to let his fans know that he has scooped another prestigious accolade. He captioned his post:
"Cheers to more wins."
The star's peers in the entertainment industry took to his comment section to congratulate him for continuing to fly the Mzansi flag high. Check out some of their comments below:
"You are blessed Master KG!!"
"Best musician ever, God bless your hard work. Congratulations on the award."
"Congratulations... Much deserved."
"You deserve it brother. You made us happy!"
In related news, Briefly News reported that Master KG won another award for Jerusalema and he is still feeling humbled. The number of awards this track has won deserves an award in itself. Jerusalema is officially the track of 2020.
Taking to social media with pride and gratitude, Master KG announced that he had just bagged another award thanks to his hit track Jerusalema. He scooped the Best African Song at the Muzikol Music awards (MUMA).
People from France, Italy, Spain, Jamaica, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Canada and literally every corner of the globe have expressed how much they love the song. Seeing huge crowds gather and dance to Master KG’s song is something special.
The track came at a time when the world needed something to unify the people and that is exactly what it did. Master KG is extremely proud of the track and Mzansi of him.
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