Based: Limpopo

Master KG is a South African producer and musician who was born in Calais village (Tzaneen), Limpopo in the year 1996. The 23-year-old goes by real name Kgaogelo Moagi, and he is, without a doubt, one of the best house music musicians, as well as producers in South Africa. This is evidently seen in his 2018 Skeleton Move album which bagged a number of nominations and awards.

Growing up, Master KG was very passionate about music, so much, that he even faked illness so that he could stay in his bedroom to do what he loved. Even though it seemed cheeky at that time, it turned out very helpful in his music career. In 2016 when Master KG was popping up in the music industry, he already had a full arsenal of beat making instruments and skills. He was later signed by open mic productions where the management advised him to concentrate on his studies since he would be more marketable. Just before signing to open mic production owned by Molau Rammala, he had become famous by inventing the popular Bolobedu dance. Later on in the spring of September 2018 open mic production helped him launch his debut album Skeleton Move. Master KG Skeleton Move had a number of hit songs such as Waya Waya and black drum. This established Master KG as a household name across South Africa with a significant number of hit singles in the album. The album was very successful as various songs received some nominations and awards across the continent. The young producer and musician is surely destined to continue growing in the industry and producing more hits.

Since he started creating music at a very young age, Master KG had a number of songs already out at the time when he was releasing his debut album in 2018. For his first album, he selected ten songs among his there were many hits to feature on the album. The album had various features with artists like Team Mosha; Zanda Zakuza Florah Ritshur; Bongo Beats Soul as well as Kulture. His hit song in the album Skeleton Move featuring Zanda Zakuza ended up bagging Master KG a number of awards and recognition throughout the continent. During one interview, Master KG pointed out that the instrumental to Skeleton Move had been developed in 2016 and it became an instant hit with the fans. For this reason, he was very confident that the song released in 2018 would also get the same reception.