His son Jesse Clegg, Andre Fenter, Jack Parow, Jimmy Nevis, Karen Zoid and a host of other South African musicians feature on the track.
According to Zoid’s YouTube channel, “a group of well-known musicians came together to celebrate the life and work of Clegg and recorded a special version of his song”.
Though the message was merely a celebration of the man and the launch of his new charity fund, South Africans were quick to assume that Clegg had died.
To quell fans’ fears, Jesse Clegg posted a tweet acknowledging The Crossing tribute made to his dad.
Over fifty South African artists were part of this tribute, and, according to Channel 24, it was performed for Clegg in a private gathering.
It has been the greatest honour of my career to work on this track. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/OvkrSTwZm9— karen zoid (@karenzoid) December 6, 2018