Cassper Nyovest: Doc Shebeleza is biggest trap song to ever hit Africa

Cassper Nyovest: Doc Shebeleza is biggest trap song to ever hit Africa

- Cassper Nyovest feels certain that his song Doc Shebeleza is Africa's best trap hit

- The muso took to Twitter to make this confident claim

- Social media users didn't really agree with him and made their voices heard

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Cassper Nyovest has a lot of confidence in his music and all the achievements he has bagged in his career so far.

Of one thing that he is very certain, is that his hit Doc Shebeleza is Africa's biggest trap song.

The versatile musician made this statement on Twitter, saying it is the best of its kind to come out of the continent.

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This boast came after a fan asked Cassper if he would be trying his hand at trap music after he did so well with Amapiano and hip-hop.

"If I feel like it. What do you mean NOW doe cause Doc Shebeleza is the BIGGEST trap song to ever come out of Africa."

Not everyone agrees with Cassper and naturally had to share their opinions:


"I agree with the fact that Doc Shebeleza was a an extent biggest single out of Africa. But it's not a trap joint. Goodforthat is your biggest trap joint and it's flippin smash hit..."


"Nah. Roll Up by Emtee the biggest trap song to come out of Africa."


"What? Hell nah."




"You are exaggerating fam." knows that Doc Shebeleza was dropped in 2014 and even scooped up a Song of The Year nomination at the MTV Africa Music Awards.

The track is a tribute to SA Kwaito legend, Doc Shebeleza.

If you've been living under a rock and don't know the song, check it out here:

This isn't the first time, and probably not the last, that Cassper has boasted on social media. Earlier, he showed off with getting credit for dance moves from American DJ Swizz Beatz.

Cassper Nyovest took the time to teach the musician some of his dance moves some years ago and he still remembers those moves.

Swizz Beatz showed off with them on social media, tagging Cassper and saying he was taught by the Mzansi artist.

Cassper was impressed that he could still pull the moves off and shared a video clip of it with his fans.

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