Master KG Calls Out Record Label Open Mic Productions

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South African music sensation, Kgaogelo Moagi, professionally known as Master KG, has taken to social media to air his grievances against his record label, Open Mic Productions.

The globally acclaimed musician, famous for his chart-topping hit “Jerusalema,” which garnered over 600 million views on YouTube, expressed his frustration with the label’s alleged selfish behavior.

In a candid post on social media, Master KG declared,

“Open Mic Productions is one of the most selfish people to have ever worked with. I’m not a fan of talking stuff on social media, but this thing has been going on for too long now.”

The statement comes as a shock to fans and industry insiders alike, as Master KG had previously enjoyed a seemingly harmonious relationship with his record label.

Master KG’s rise to fame has been nothing short of meteoric, with a string of prestigious awards under his belt. The artist has clinched accolades such as the Afrima 2018 Award for Best Electro and Dance, the Afrimma 2019 Award for Best Male Southern Africa, and the Limpopo Music Award for Best House Single for his tracks like “Skeleton Move.”

However, it was his infectious anthem “Jerusalema” that propelled him to global stardom, captivating audiences of all ages and races worldwide, especially during the COVID-19 lockdowns. The song’s signature dance moves became a viral sensation, spreading joy and unity during challenging times.

Master KG’s unexpected public outcry against Open Mic Productions has raised questions about the dynamics within the music industry and the relationships between artists and their labels. Fans eagerly await further developments as the beloved musician navigates this new chapter in his career.

For now, the music world remains on edge, awaiting responses from both Master KG and Open Mic Productions as the saga unfolds. Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.

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