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Master KG To Demand Lincensing Fee From Companies Using His “Jerusalema” Hit For Promotions

is going after companies that used his “Jerusalema” song – and the challenge it spawned – for promotions without his consent. At this point, they’ve got to pay licensing fee for the song they used.

A report by Newzroom Afrika indicated that among those who had used the song for one form of promotion or the other are  some private companies as well as German government establishments. You can check out the video below.

The repor is going after companies that have used “Jerusalema” for promotion one way or the other has provoked mixed reactions online. The majority of those who had responded are of the view the songster is on the right course, however. One fan even thinks that Master KG can live on the proceeds from “Jerusalema” for the rest of his life.

“Jerusalema,” which featured Nomcebo Zikode, is Master KG’s biggest song to date, endorsed by celebs from around the world and even the South African government

What do you think of Master KG’s demand for a license fee from those who used his “Jerusalema” song for their own promotions? You may want to join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section below.