- Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest is enjoying his time in Amapiano and took to social media to share his bliss
- He dropped a song titled Siyathandana and the song is doing really well on the charts, much to his great satisfaction
- Taking to social media, Cassper spoke about how he has the best song in the country right now and he's loving it
Cassper Nyovest is blowing his own trumpet on social media after the success of his latest single, Siyathandana. Cassper feels that his song is currently the biggest in the country and he really feels that he deserves his flowers for this.
Cassper posted a video to Twitter talking about how his skin is currently going through the most but the positive is that he's got such an amazing song.
"Well guys, you can't have it all. Woke up today, I have a huge pimple. So I might not have good skin but I got the biggest song in the country," he said in the footage.
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The rapper is fully embracing his Amapiano era and is making the most of it. Cassper thinks he's got good jams and sang the lyrics to the song in the rest of the video.
Fans have surely been showing the song lots of love and it's been making it big in the charts on Apple Music and Spotify. It's not only doing well in Mzansi but is also performing in the rest of Africa.
Cassper Nyovest trended on social media the day he dropped Siyathandana
Briefly News previously reported that Cassper Nyovest trended on social media after dropping yet another piano jam. 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.
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