Master KG is the stage name of Kgaogelo Moagi, a South African musician and record producer. was born in the Limpopo community of Calais Tzaneen on January 9, 1996. Kgaogelo is one of the top family musicians in South Africa. The majority of his songs are written in Khelobedu, his mother tongue.
Even before signing with Open Mic Production, Kgaogelo created the Bolobedu dance. With the publication of his debut album Skeleton Move in September 2018, he received his big break in the music industry.
From Jerusalem, Master Kg launched a and swept the country. His song Jerusalem made it to Nigeria, where Burna Boy, the country's most well-known musician, recognized him and collaborated with him on a remix.
The song even took first place in the Jerusalem dance competition. President Cyril Ramaphosa was even seen advising individuals to take up the Jerusalem challenge.
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