South African disc jockey and producer Master KG will be live in the United Kingdom for a show later in August. For this show, though, he won’t have with him the songstress with whom he had released his greatest song to date, Nomcebo Zikode.
The two have been at war over royalties for the song “Jerusalema,” with Nomcebo insisting she has not been paid a cent for her contribution. In reaction to her claims, Openmic Productions, the record label that released the collaborative tune, insisted that Nomcebo was demanding 70, instead of the 50/50 she initially agreed on with Master KG.
Well, Master KG is heading to the United Kingdom and he’s so excited because it would be his first time in the country of Her Majesty. In Nomcebo’s place for his United Kingdom tour, Master KG has Zanda Zakuza. The two had collaborated previously, so they’re no stranger to each other.
The United Kingdom concert will hold at the Lighthouse Theater on Camberwell Road, London, from 6pm to 10pm on 28 August.
Tickets are already out. Early birds tickets go for £25. However, if you fancy yourself a VIP, you may have to fork over £40 for a sitting position.
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