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Cassper Nyovest Claims He Revived South African Hip Hop

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If there is something Cassper Nyovest is known for besides his music, it is that he never shies away from blowing his own trumpet. Cass is the bloke who would let the world know how much he has accomplished and what records he has set. The goal, according to him, besides setting the records straight,…

If there is something Cassper Nyovest is known for besides his music, it is that he never shies away from blowing his own trumpet. Cass is the bloke who would let the world know how much he has accomplished and what records he has set.

The goal, according to him, besides setting the records straight, is to encourage others to aspire to the top because they don’t know how much they can accomplish until they try. Anyway, the “Doc Shebeleza” chanter has blown his trumpet again.

In case you missed it, for a while back, the prevailing narrative was that South African hip hop is dead. However, Cass himself had delved into amapiano, and some rappers had urged him to remain there and not sneak back into the hip-hop fold because he saw a new revival. His associate Big Zulu released “150 Bars”, in which he dissed several names in South African hip hop.

The diss track elicited responses from key figures, including K.O and Kwesta. Big Zulu was therefore credited with reviving South African hip hop. Cassper Nyovest would disagree with that, though. In a tweet, he claimed he started the revival and asked others to fall in line. Lol. You can check it out below.

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