- Master KG and the Ndlovu Youth Choir got one million views on Facebook during their live Africa Rising performance
- The Jerusalema hitmaker and the talented Mzansi choir performed live from Robben Island towards the end of April
- The aim of the concert was to raised funds for live events professionals who have suffered financially amid the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown
Ever since his hit trended globally amid the stricter levels of the Covid-19 lockdown, everything that Master KG touches turns gold. The Jerusalema hitmaker and the Ndlovu Youth Choir clocked one million views during their recent Africa Rising global live stream and the Live Love non-profit performance.
Master KG and the talented Mzansi choir did they thing live from Robben Island towards the end of April.
The concert was aimed at raising funds for #FeedOurCrew and Bridges For Music. The performance was streamed across the globe free of charge. It broke the African continent's streaming records with over one million views to date on Facebook, according to The South African.
"The last event of this magnitude was in February 2020, pre lockdown. I could not think of a better way to emerge from our hiatus and kick off our industry than be part of an event with this calibre of talent," said Ryan Christian, Africa Rising show director.
Africa Rising managed to raise R50 000 in food vouchers which will be handed over to #FeedOurCrew and Bridges For Music to help live events professionals struggling to make ends meet amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Ndlovu Youth Choir fans had reacted positively when they posted about the event to support those working in the arts industry who have suffered financially amid the pandemic.
Check out some of their comments from fans who were willing to donate to the good cause below:
"Really??? Amazing! You rock! Keep on spreading magic through music."
"Wonderful gesture I’m happy to donate. Consider it done."
"Together we will rise!! Indeed."
"I'm going to be in Cape Town from the 24th of April. This is meant to be. I'm donating now."
"@choirafrica you amaze me as you continue to give back with a passion and love not often seen. Love from Wisconsin, USA."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that 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 countless awards since his song Jerusalema went viral across the world.
Master KG 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 and his fans took to his comment section to congratulate him for continuing to fly the Mzansi flag high. Makhadzi wrote:
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