Cassper Nyovest on Kanye West's new album: 'It makes me so happy'

Cassper Nyovest on Kanye West's new album: 'It makes me so happy'

- Kanye West's gospel album, Jesus Is King, has received mixed reviews from the public - not everyone is impressed

- However, he's got a fan in local rapper, Cassper Nyovest

- SA's Mufasa is very impressed with West's new music and says it makes him feel happy

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Kanye West has dropped his long-awaited gospel album, Jesus Is King, and it didn't get quite the reaction the rapper may have wanted.

While his fans are loving it, the public isn't as impressed. The Guardian described it as 'too slight a record, too lacking in substance, to offer any sense of purification or real insights into West’s mind'.

But there is at least one man who is admiring what the US muso did and that's Mzansi rapper, Cassper Nyovest.

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Cassper is actually very impressed with the music that West has brought to life, saying that it makes him happy.

Briefly.co.za noticed that Mufasa took to social media to gush over West's latest work. As a vocal Christian, the local musician has given the music a happy stamp of approval. But he praised more than just the fact that the music is Christian.

"Kanye album is sooo refreshing. I'm Christian so I'm obviously gonna love the content but man, the actual songs are sooo good. The sounds, the arrangement, the instrumentation, the mixing, the risks, creativity. I really really love it. It makes me so happy."

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Less than a week ago, West hosted yet another church service - this time, the rapper held the service at Emancipation Park in Kingston, Jamaica.

The powerful session, which featured a 120-member choir, reportedly moved people to tears

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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