Cassper Nyovest finally reveals which American artist he will collaborate with

Cassper Nyovest finally reveals which American artist he will collaborate with

Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he will be collaborating with American rapper, Wale on an upcoming song.

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SA Hip Hop Mag reported that Cassper had secretly left the country for Los Angeles to meet with Wale.

He has been hinting to fans that his new music will feature an international rapper but in true Cassper style, he kept his fans on the edge of their seats until taking to Twitter to reveal the project.

Cassper rose to fame in 2014 with his hit song ‘Doc Shebeleza’ and he has been breaking boundaries ever since. This is not the first collaboration Cassper has done. He has worked with many local and international musicians alike such as The Game as well as Kwesta. Briefly.co.za has also reported that Cassper has also spent time with Coldplay frontman, Christ Martin.

READ ALSO: Cassper Nyovest hangs out with Coldplay’s Chris Martin at his house

In the past year, Cassper has received a lot of attention after he announced his latest tour which aimed to fill up as many stadiums as he could across the country. He successfully sold out Johannesburg’s Ticketpro Dome as well as the FNB Stadium. He now has sight set on Durban’s Moses Mabhida stadium. The Durban concert will take place in December.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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