Multi-award-winning artist Master KG.

Multi-award-winning artist, Master KG. Image via Instagram @masterkgsa

Boss move: Master KG launches own record label

The ‘Jerusalema’ hitmaker says he is planning on doing big things with his record label and his fans are behind him all the way.

Multi-award-winning artist Master KG.

Multi-award-winning artist, Master KG. Image via Instagram @masterkgsa

Award-winning musician Master KG, whose real name is Kgaogelo Moagi, has surpassed all expectations of his career and announced the launching of his own record label — Wanitwamos Entertainment — on his social media channels.

Master KG: Big dreams and plans

The Limpopo-born musician also informed his followers on Thursday 12 August that he’s got big dreams and that he’ll be announcing some of his new plans soon.

His fans flooded his comment sections on his social media accounts and congratulated him on his big move.

Also read: ‘Nomcebo is lying!’ – Master KG hits back in row with Jerusalema vocalist


The musician was ranked by Forbes Africa as being among the 30 most influential personalities aged under 30 on the continent on 16 July.

The Jerusalema hitmaker also surprised his followers when he announced that the Shine Your Light music video which he shot with David Guetta and Akon was the most expensive video of his career.

He said the budget for the music video went just over R1 million and he never thought it would happen because he’s used to R50 000 music videos.

According to the musician, the music video was shot in the Dominican Republic and the flights from Mzansi to their accommodation and the production team added to the expenses.

Also read: Master KG ‘shines the light’ in music video with David Guetta and Akon


His hit song Jerusalema changed his life forever when it was released at the end of 2019.

The song went viral on TikTok and gained seven billion hits, racked up more than 210 million plays on Spotify and more than 415 million views on YouTube.

The choreographic dance challenge spread across networks, from police officers in Europe, pilots in the United States to teachers in France.

It trended weekly and gained more fame when international media personalities such as Janet Jackson and soccer stars such as Cristiano Ronaldo danced to his tune on social media.