Master KG’s ‘Jerusalema’ featuring Nomcebo Zikode and Nigerian superstar Burna Boy is still holding up on International charts.
The song as made in two months on the Billboard Global 200 charts, as one of the first ever African songs to make it on.
Master KG and Nomcebo are the only South African artists to make it to the Global 200 chart on Billboard.
Making its debut on the chart at the 45th position, the song has went to peak within the top 40 of the chart recently.
Today, the song has dropped a few positions down, now at 44th position, still higher than its initial debut 8 weeks ago.
However, the good news is that the song now beats the likes of Kpop girl group Black Pink, Chris Brown and Drake’s ‘Life Is Good’.
Ariana Grande’s ‘Positions’ is currently the biggest song on this particular chart, followed by the smash hit by BTS, ‘Dynamite’.
To make things sound even better, this is the only all African collaboration within the top 50 of the Billboard Global 200.
The official music video of ‘Jerusalema’ has over 200 million views on YouTube making it the most viewed South African song on YouTube probably ever.
Watch the video here:
Elsewhere, the song continues to dominate the charts in Europe as it has now been certified diamond in France.
The 24-year-old Dj and producer has gone to social media to celebrate the news in a very simple tweet.
He has also received a nomination for ‘International Revelation of the year’ at the NJR Music Awards which take place on December 5.
The South African star is nominated alongside the likes of Doja Cat and Tom Gregory.
Meanwhile, the song has left the Official UK afroBeats Charts after dominating it for Months since July.