Cassper Nyovest feels that rappers don't get the credit they deserve when they do their thing in their native language. He's convinced that English is still the dominant language in music in Mzansi.
Rappers doing their thing in their home language is something that is greatly admired by their fans, but it's not widely-accepted yet.
It's wonderful when musicians embrace their roots and shine with their heritage proudly represented in their work - the way Sho Madjozi and Sjava do it - but many musos and music lovers feel that rapping in 'vernac' will always be overlooked.
Cassper Nyovest is one of them and he thinks lyrics only get attention if they are in English.
Briefly.co.za gathered that taking to social media, the rapper shared his opinion on this issue.
Cassper is a big player in the music world and his opinion is valued. Even AKA praised him, and it's hoped that he'll be able to one day pave the way for even more musicians, especially those who want to stay true to their roots.
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