Video As Cassper Nyovest Returns To Twitter, Discloses What He Is Working On

Video As Cassper Nyovest Returns To Twitter, Discloses What He Is Working On

Cassper Nyovest, the rapper, was unusually quiet on Twitter for the majority of March 2023. He did, however, return to the blue app to confirm that his absence from the timeline was due to his attendance at the music workshop, where he was developing new songs, particularly Hip-Hop.

Cassper appears to be ready to unveil the item he was working on during his music session.

 

This comes on the heels of a recent performance in which he previewed some of the new music he was working on. It’s Hip-Hop, as promised, and Cassper appears to be preparing to release another Hip-Hop masterpiece.

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This comes after excerpts of the song, which is informally named Bashimane Baka, was hailed by Cassper’s supporters as an impending success. This is a plausible emotion given the song’s content, which features Cassper experimenting with isiZulu rhymes while incorporating Kwaito influences into his future single.

 

It is currently unknown when the single will really be released. Comparisons made to his late music rival AKA is one thing that Cassper won’t have to worry about whether or not the single and future album is going to be successful.

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This is because AKA’s final album, Mass Country, is already up for a SAMA nomination, if Cassper nominates his record, it won’t be recognised until the following year.

Many people, including Nota Baloyi, think that Cassper Nyovest would eventually lose relevance now that the Supa Mega is no longer alive.

When asked about Cassper Nyovest’s career after the passing of AKA, Nota Baloyi stated that the star would no longer be relevant.

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In some ways, the feud between AKA and Nyovest helped to maintain South African hip-hop. If the charts weren’t heating up with rivalry-inspiring singles, the timeframes were certainly gorging on their garbage tunes.

Nota Baloyi believes that while the conflict was required for the game, they eventually had to set aside their disagreements and collaborate to create some music. Unfortunately, AKA died, therefore this did not happen.

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