Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest drops his new single 'Move For Me'

Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest drops his new single 'Move For Me'

After much anticipation, rapper Cassper Nyovest has finally dropped his new single, Move For Me, and fans are bursting with excitement.

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To prove his versatility in music, Cassper Nyovest has taken a chance with his new single and branched away from Kwaito music to present a pure hip-hop sound fused with a bit of dance music.

According to SA Hip Hop Magazine, the rapper is still promoting his Sweet and Short album, which he released last year. His album received mixed views from fans but Cassper stood steadfast to his optimism and plans to make the most success out of his music, which he is doing quite well in to date.

He shared a the cover for his new single on Twitter and wrote: "New single out."

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For a long time now, fans have been waiting patiently to see what rapper Cassper Nyovest had in store for music lovers. He took to Twitter a day ago with what looed like a snippet of his music video for Move For Me, featuring Boskasie. It also had a 14-second clip from the song and boy does it sound lit.

Cassper's fans are bursting with excitement and took to social media to congratulate the rapper but are also calling for a music video now. Check out the comments below:

This song is so lit, we are sure it will soon be topping the charts, just like Cass's other hit songs.

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Meanwhile earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that rappers who explore different genres aren't always applauded for their creativity, and Cassper Nyovest doesn't think it's right.

He spoke up on Twitter after a tweep asked a question about rappers who move into other genres.

"Y'all don't say nothing to Drake when he's singing. Stop acting. Leave the artists to express themselves however they want to. Youngsta dropped, big hash dropped , n veigh dropped. Buy their albums and stop complaining about what music niggas wanna make."

However, Briefly.co.za noticed that many other Twitter users thought that Cassper missed the point and said that the original question was just a debating matter, not criticism of artists.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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