Cape Town – South African musician and producer Master KG, who rose to fame after his hit song Jerusalem, featuring Nomcebo Zikode, took to his Instagram page this week to reflect on his life before he became a household name.
The star, who hails from Calais village in Limpopo, has not forgotten about his humble beginnings.
“Don’t undermine that bedroom studio. One day it will make sense. Just focus and work hard,” Master KG wrote.
Don’t undermine that bedroom studio one day it wi make sense!!!Just focus and work hard pic.twitter.com/VsEThlzqb5
— MASTER KG (@MasterKGsa) May 15, 2022
Jerusalem became a global anthem, as it went viral in recent years, resulting in Master KG mingling with international celebrities and becoming an inspiration to upcoming artists.
He recently told Times Live: “A lot of people love the song. There were a lot of memories created with the song. It’s been amazing. I’m so happy the song ended up getting world recognition. It’s so beautiful to see. I think SA does recognise my talent. Most of my music started here and went outside,” he said.
Compiled by Olwethu Mpeshe