Cassper Nyovest has taken a moment to show some love and appreciation for the Motswako music genre. He feels it opened the door for many of Mzansi's current musicians and deserves to be acknowledged.
Cassper Nyovest, one of Mzansi's biggest music stars of his time, has recently taken time to show that he appreciates the Motswako music genre.
The rapper feels that the genre isn't getting the kind of love it deserves and took it upon himself to remind everyone just how important it is.
As reported by TimesLIVE, Cassper said the genre opened doors for many of Mzansi's rappers, and that includes him.
Cassper said that he was sad to make the realisation that he's one of the musos who haven't given the rightful credit to the genre that was made popular by artists like Khuli Chana, HHP and Morage Mo Molemi.
"Motswako was the gateway for many of us. Sadly most of us don't acknowledge it today. I guess I have to go harder for my forefathers. Thank you for the foundation.
"I think y'all are obsessed with killing genres and cultures. Every week something is dying. So many n****s rode the Motswako wave and still do but won't say it. They would rather give it new names. Motswako is forever!"
Briefly.co.za gathered that Cassper and the legendary artist, Khuli Chana, got in studio to make a Motswako jam. Here's what he had to say about it:
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