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Audio:Jerusalema Remix – Master KG Ft Burna Boy, Nomcebo: Lyrics, Download

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Jerusalema Remix – Master KG Ft Burna Boy, Nomcebo: Lyrics, Download

The much anticipated Jerusalema remix is now released. Master KG ft Burna boy & Nomcebo – Jerusalema Remix

Burna Boy is described as the star of Africa, he never disappointed and showed his versatility. He sang in Zulu switched to English back to Zulu then to English back to Zulu then to Yoruba then to Pidgin English and back to Yoruba.

Video: Jerusalema Remix – Master KG Ft Burna Boy and Nomcebo: Lyrics, Download

Burna Boy was quick to be forgiven by South Africans after the Xenophobic spats in which the artist vowed never to perform is South Africa again. Defended by the Julius Malema lead Economic Freedom Fighters who fought tirelessly in Burna Boy’s corner citing the need to have a united Africa, Burna Boy seem to have bounced back with a bang.

The collaboration with the Skeleton Move hit-maker Master KG left fans who had bad blood with Burna Boy on the edge.

Fans Reaction to Jerusalema Remix – Master KG Ft Burna Boy, Nomcebo:

Master KG needs to be respected and appreciated while he is still alive. Simple African tunes that bring the vibes. Long live KG. You are a living legend. And also, everything that Oluwa Burna touches turns gold. Nomcebo, pure talent. Yhoo, much love from United States of Africa (one love)

We are going back again to December with that #JerusalemaRemix Burna Boy made It new from the box
I’m going to watch Burna Boy perform #JerusalemaRemix before I go watch AKA autotune me to death. I said what I said bahlali.
Burna Boy sang in Zulu switched to English back to Zulu then to English back to Zulu then to Yoruba den to Pidgin English and back to Yoruba. The guy should be called a music ranger. His range is endless. #JerusalemaRemix

I can also sing in 4 language, from “nkosi sikelela” to “Our laaaand”. Where’s the praise?
In this song Burna Boy sang in four languages: English, Pidgin English, Yoruba and the South African native language Isizulu.

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