Master KG is the hottest artist in South Africa for the year 2020. He boasts as having the most streamed and watched video for his hit song Jerusalema. We take a look at the money that has come with his fame.
How much money has Master KG made with the Jerusalema video on Youtube?
The average Revenue Per Thousand Impressions (RPM) for Jerusalema is estimated at USD 1.5 at lowest taking into consideration factors such as geographical location. With 162 million views, Master KG has made an estimated USD 243,000 (R4,1 million).
How much money has he made on Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming services?
Here are the revenues per stream on the online streaming platforms:
Spotify pays an average of $0.00318 per stream. With 7,5 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Master KG has accumulated an estimated total of 82 million listeners, making R612,892 (USD 36,052) in the process.
According to News24, Master KG has an estimated average of 41.4 million streams per month. We estimate Master KG to be making R443,000 (USD 26,111) per month, which translates to R4,888,920 since the song was released.
There are other non-monetary views that Jerusalema gets such as 326.6 million impressions on TikTok.
The Limpopo-born Kgoagelo Moagi has made as estimated R9,6 million in total from his hit song that features Nomcebo Zikode.
Master KG recently bought a Ferrari to celebrate 150 million views on Youtube, a sign that 2020 has been a great year for him in terms of his earnings.
He also did not waste time to ‘upgrade’ to a yellow bone girlfriend.
Nomcebo claimed to have written the lyrics of Jerusalema. Fans are curious to know if Master KG is sharing his earnings with the deep-voiced songbird.
Somizi believes Master KG must get all the credit for his work as he is the one who created the beat and chose Nomcebo to feature on the song.
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