As public figures; such messages are really needed to encourage others who are going through the same situations not to give up on their dreams!
When South African celebrities and stars post their pictures looking lavish and opulent, no one imagines their lives have not always been flashy.
Globally-acclaimed musician and deejay Master KG has given his fans a glimpse of his life before he became famous, and he evoked a rave.
Master KG shared a picture from years back of his “bedroom studio” on Twitter.
In the picture, a gaunt Master KG was sitting in front of a computer he used to mix and make beats. The computer and speakers are resting on top of yarn fabrics which were sold by Zimbabweans in South Africa in the 2000s.
The computer was bought for him by his late uncle, and Master KG started producing and mixing beats at the age of 13. Master KG was very passionate about music, so much so that he even faked illness so that he could stay in his bedroom to do what he loved, as noted by Briefly.
The super producer was with two other people who were sitting on his bed. Master KG did not have a booth which absorbs sound and kills echo, so he was using empty egg crates hoisted on the microphone stand.
The Jerusalema hitmaker captioned the photo.
“Don’t undermine that bedroom studio; one day it will make sense!!!Just focus and work hard.”
Don't undermine that bedroom studio one day it wi make sense!!!Just focus and work hard pic.twitter.com/VsEThlzqb5
— MASTER KG (@MasterKGsa) May 15, 2022
Master KG’s fans were taken aback by the picture. Check out their responses to Master KG’s bedroom studio:
I know I didn't see box ya mae 🥚🥚 on the microphone stand 😂😂..sebenza boss 👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/mGrglTWCXm
— CAFCC Finalists 🇿🇦🏆❤️ (@ian_mahlatse) May 16, 2022
Master KG ' s mother is a member of the ZCC
— Ronny (@Ronny42175727) May 16, 2022
They are still friends he used to stay with one of them in his house
— Thendo Manuga (@ManugaThendo) May 16, 2022
Very true coz I work for a company that started from a room not bigger than a normal bathroom in the 80s and had a normal HP printer, today it's a multi million rand company with branches all over S A nd Kenya. pic.twitter.com/JZzczoD9YR
— M U Z Z Y🐦 (@lwandleduma79) May 16, 2022