Cassper Nyovest setting the bar higher and higher
The South African rapper Cassper Nyovest once again set the bar higher for South African artists. The vision and purpose for this young man is superb. At the moment he created his own lane and only him drives in that lane in the music industry. The smart approach into the game by Cassper Nyovest means that his levels can never be destroyed. Clearly his intelligence set him apart from the rest.
When Cassper first broke into the scene he said he wanted to make history by becoming the best that has ever done it. We are witnessing history in the making. Last year he took on the challenge of filling up the Dome (South Africa’s biggest concert venue) with flying colors he succeeded, becoming the first South African Artist to fill up the Dome. This year he pushed the line by attempting to fill up a 40,000 sitter soccer stadium. The reported crowd was at 35,000! 5,000 shy at the full capacity.
As an entertainment and political commentator I would like to say well done African child keep dreaming and inspiring many to do likewise. I may not be the fan of Cassper Nyovest but he has done an outstanding job that deserves Somizi’s whoo shame and standing ovation.
Cassper Nyovest and AKA beef comes to an end
While everyone goes crazy about the beef that was never there, Cassper and AKA kept the paper rolling in. Smart marketing idea that put the two rappers on different levels of their careers. At Cassper’s fill up Orlando Stadium event the two rappers squashed the beef hugged and kissed. Several celebrities celebrated this occasion with fans on both sides adoring the sight of their idols forgiving one another.
Well done AKA cut your losses and move on or as the saying goes “if cannot beat him join him”. This “beef” did provide entertainment and gave us something to write home about. There were no winners and losers. Hiphop won instead as these two superstars made headlines and became the most talked about celebrities last year.
Thank you guys for entertaining us by putting everything on the line. As for me I believe there was never a real beef here, this was just an incredible marketing strategy well executed by both artists. Either way it worked for both guys, hiphop and South African music. It inspired other rappers to up their game. Now we wait for that long awaited collabo between AKA and Cassper….