According to hip-hop superstar, Cassper Nyovest, the hip-hop genre is booming and has become a lot more profitable for musicians than ever before. He told his fans to ignore talk of the industry not having enough money.
There used to be a time when the hip-hop business was not profitable and to 'hustle' meant to make your own way to a gig with no car to speak of.
Now, musicians in the genre own gorgeous houses and drive fancy, sleek cars. Things have certainly improved.
If there is one person who can vouch for the lucrative business that hip-hop has become, it is Cassper Nyovest.
With a nett worth of estimated at anywhere between R11.5 and R45 million, he is clearly reaping the rewards of a profitable career.
He recently told his fans that there is a lot of money to be made in the hip-hop world and that it has never generated more money before.
It's generating more money than it ever has in the history of SA hip-hop. Kats are finally eating!
This came after a social media user was wondering if there is still a hip-hop industry in South Africa.
Briefly.co.za gathered Cassper added that the genre is booming and that young up-and-coming artists are earning more than their predecessors did in the same position.
This is certainly a good time for musicians to chase their dreams and work hard at becoming the stars they know they can be.
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