Cassper Nyovest's hit track Tito Mboweni was an instant favourite and even managed to make its way onto international news. The visuals for the video were superb, and according to the rapper, it cost a lot of money to achieve that level of awesome.
We've all watched the fantastic visuals of Cassper Nyovest's Tito Mboweni and wondered just how much it cost to make something like that.
Caspper recently revealed on social media just how much he had to cough up for the video - a whole R500 000.
That's a lot of money to spend on visuals, but it just shows how dedicated Cassper is to giving his fans the best, and only the best.
The video is a huge favourite with Cassper's fans and it even went international about 3 months ago, but not in the way you'd expect.
Briefly.co.za reported that social media users were tweeting up a storm after Cassper's song about SA’s new finance minister Tito Mboweni caught the attention of international news channel, CNN.
Since Mboweni's appointment, hashtags such as ‘TitoMboweni’ and ‘ShaSha’ were trending, and it was all thanks to Mufasa himself and his track.
The track, which spoke about becoming successful and earning money, was released in 2016 and skyrocket into fame.
According to TimesLIVE, a correspondent for CNN in Joburg mentioned the song during her report which has then made it even more popular than it was.
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