- Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest has dropped another trending single and it's titled Siyathandana
- The rapper is going deeper into the Amapiano genre and the song is featuring Boohle and Abidoza
- Mzansi social media users have been sharing screenshots of the song online and have good things to say
Cassper Nyovest was not lying when he said he plans to take the Amapiano world by storm and has just released another single. The song is titled Siyathandana and has been trending on social media ever since its release.
Cassper decided that he wants to branch into all kinds of music and has been making a name for himself in Amapiano. Even though he's traditionally a hip-hop rapper, he's shown that he's multi-faceted by not sticking to just one type of sound.
The rapper once said that Mzansi doesn't appreciate what he's doing in Amapiano but it sure looks like things are going to change. Fans have been raving about the song on social media, others are playing it on repeat.
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Mzansi social media users have been showing Cassper lots of love online. Check out some of the reactions to his new song below:
"I really thought Cassper ruined the song but he didn't I'm a happy gent and happy International #Siyathandana Day."
"@casspernyovest deserves a statue at the museum... There will never be another Cass."
"Cassper just gave us quality production here, dope vocals from Boohle and S/o to Abidoza also."
Briefly News previously reported that Cassper Nyovest reacted to the hefty price of the new Rolls Royce. Cassper Nyovest recently took to social media to express his outrage over the heft price tab of the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail, believed to be the most expensive new car in the world.
The car costs a whopping R400 million and Cass thinks that’s just ridiculous. He tweeted:
“I know I'm not the target market but this is bullsh*t!”
The two-door, two-seat grand tourer is a whopping 5.9m long. Each customer gets a chance to customise the whip through the entire production process.
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