- Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he can also produce beats
- Many people know The Good For That hitmaker only for his rapping skills
- The star said he is the one who produced the beat to rapper Khuli Chana's song titled Basadi
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Cassper Nyovest is not only good when it comes to writing lyrics and spitting bars - he can also produce beats.
Cassper revealed this during a social media interaction with another Mzansi star, DJ Jawz.
Jawz had tweeted that a lot of people are not aware that the Good For That hitmaker can also produce.
The DJ further said:
"You don’t only know your way around the microphone le go nyathela matimoni (and stomping on demons)."
Mufasa confidently replied that he is the one who produced Khuli Chana's song titled Basadi. Cass also features on the song.
The rapper suggested that he needed to produce more beats for other rappers in order to be acknowledged as a producer.
"Yeah, maybe I haven't been loud about making beats or maybe it's because I haven't given beats to a lotta n**gas. Khuli is the first guy to get a beat from me for his album. I gave him Basadi for his album."
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One social media user also remembered that Mufasa produced his own 2016 hit titled Mr Madumane. Cassper agreed.
Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper recently revealed that he is still 100% independent and self-funded. After a fan commented on his craft, Cass reminded peeps that he is 100% independent and has total control over everything he produces.
However, he admitted that he was in a joint venture partnership with Universal Music Distribution.
"I'm still indi bro. In a joint venture partnership with UMD. Still own and direct 100%. Would break it down but half of the game would be mad. I am still signed under myself and I still fund myself. Every cent Universal uses gets paid back by me, not by taking ownership of anything."
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