We take a look at Cassper's new studio: A promising work in progress

We take a look at Cassper's new studio: A promising work in progress

- Cassper Nyovest's new offices are looking lit

- Progress has been made and Cassper is super proud

- He was left high and dry last year when contractors split with his cash

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Cassper Nyovest's Family Tree studios and offices are a work in progress at the moment but the structure looks promising.

The hit musician shared a picture of the offices being built and it does not look too shabby. Not too long ago, Cassper revealed that he had a bad experience with contractors in the past when they split with his money.

Briefly.co.za learned that having made so much progress on his offices was one of his proudest moments, he revealed.

“Family Tree Studios being built. My proudest moment as a CEO so far. Such an important milestone for us. Can't wait to make hits here,” he wrote.

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Last year, Cassper revealed that he had been left high and dry when his last contractor ran off according to the SowetanLive.

“The architect is making a plan to finish the studio while I pursue the money the other dude ran off with. Ai but people are lit,” he added.

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This meant that he had to put the project on hold for a number of months as he had hit financial problems after his #FillUpMosesMabhidaStadium.

“The Family Tree Office/Studios are on hold for now. Went through a ditch after Mabhida. Had to pay 7 million rand in debt, then the tax thing happened as well. I'm only starting to recover now. Should be back in progress in a couple of months and then we rock,” he wrote on Twitter at the time.

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Zola and Cassper would be cooking up a lit collaboration track real soon.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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