[PIC] Master KG Takes Fans Down Memory Lane

His bedroom studio has left fans inspired

By  | May 17, 2022, 01:50 PM  | Master KG  | Top of the

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Multi-award winning international superstar Master KG, has been in the limelight for a couple of years now, and he has achieved what many of us can only think of in a limelight.

Master KG has taken the entire world by storm with his illustrious music career, and it has not been an easy journey. From working from a bedroom studio to owning his own studio now, the homie has BEEN working hard to make it in the industry.

Taking to his Facebook, Master KG took his fans down memory lane when he used to produce his music from his bedroom studio. His rags to riches story has touched many upcoming musicians and producers who look up to him.

In the picture he can be seen posing with two gentlemen and it seems they were cooking up a storm in the studio. Due to his inability to afford top-of-the-line equipment, his studio at the time was very small.

His fans were inspired by the picture and it aptly depicts where he comes from and what he has accomplished so far. He captioned the picture, "Don't undermine that bedroom studio one day it will make sense!!!Just focus and work hard,"

The picture has gained a lot of traction online as fans have shared images of their home studios and they were surely left in awe of Master KG's success story.

Master KG was thrust into the spotlight in 2016 after releasing his first single Situation and he went on to release other songs including Skeleton Moves, and Jerusalema which became a global anthem.

Jerusalema has reached over 49 000 00 views on YouTube but it was surrounded by controversy. This follows after Master KG was embroiled in a royalties fight with Nomcebo Zikode, whom he featured in the song. Nomcebo claimed she was not compensated for working on the song. She revealed that she was the one who wrote it.

"Thank you to all the fans of #Jerusalema, you have made my dreams a reality, with attaining a global hit song. My voice and lyrics have transcended globally, but I still await what is due to me”

"I have not been paid a cent by the label for #Jerusalema despite the song’s global success. I have been ridiculed, with efforts to marginalise my contribution," she wrote on social media.

Master KG reacted to her claims. He said initially they had agreed to a 50/50 split, but Nomcebo wanted 70%. In a deleted tweet he claimed Nomcebo had received R1.5 million before the fight ensued.

"Can you confirm that you received R1.5m so far from Jerusalema? and before I explain many things you guys haven't paid me for Xola Moya Wami...And again, Nomcebo can you tell these people that you are demanding a bigger percentage than mine on this song?," he tweeted.

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