Cassper Nyovest’s new album is a homage to Kwaito and got mixed reviews

Cassper Nyovest’s new album is a homage to Kwaito and got mixed reviews

Cassper Nyovest's album, Sweet & Short, is considered a homage to Kwaito. Its release was much anticipated and got mixed reviews. While some South Africans think the music on the album is amazing, others think it wasn't as good as they hoped it would be.

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Cassper Nyovest returned to his Kwaito roots with his latest album, but not everyone is liking it.

The album, Cassper's fourth studio album, was one of the most anticipated albums of 2018 after Thuto went platinum.

As reported by SAHipHopMag, the album is influenced by Maskhandi and House music as well as Kwaito.

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The album has 11 tracks and is mostly in Tswana with a few songs in English.

Cassper's aim was to unite South Africans in dance regardless of language barriers. His fans adore the album, but there are South Africans who were less impressed with Cassper's music.

As is the norm, Mzansi took to social media to discuss the album and share their opinions:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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