It's on: Nadia Nakai plans to make better video than Cassper Nyovest

It's on: Nadia Nakai plans to make better video than Cassper Nyovest

Cassper Nyovest's music video for 'Move For Me' has been released and caused quite a stir - fans love it. However, it seems he'll have competition soon because Nadia Nakai wants to create something that will have him see dust.

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Cassper Nyovest's music video for his track Move For Me has been doing amazing and managed to rack up 1 million views in less than a week.

The video is obviously a major success, but it sounds like Nadia Nakai thinks she might be able to do better - and without using talent from overseas.

The countdown to her album release has begun (just over three weeks to go) and with that in mind, the rapper said she wants to make Cass see dust.

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While Nadia is sure she'll be able to pull off a more interesting and attractive video than Cassper, he doesn't think it's possible.

According to him, having Jessica Burciaga in his video makes it unbeatable.

But Nadia feels that it doesn't matter who Cassper had in his video - the 'African butter' is just way better:

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Maybe Nadia wants to prove to Cassper that she's just too ahead of him and his music.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Nadia was offered to feature on Cassper’s new album, but she turned it down. She felt that the song she was given was “too old” for her style.

It looks like Nadia's fans are behind her all the way, they are convinced she can pull it off.

@Bigbeast_1

Preach sister

@RALETMaN

You very sexy so I see a strong possibility

@hustle_citizen

Yes bring it on

@Iam_emihle

can't wait

@niceg4real

I am behind you @Nadia_nakai.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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