Cassper Nyovest lists current fave hip-hop songs, promises new tracks

Cassper Nyovest lists current fave hip-hop songs, promises new tracks

- Cassper Nyovest's has listed his current favourite Mzansi hip-hop tracks that dropped this year.

- Mufasa's top five tracks include his two bangers Amademoni and Good For That

- The rapper also revealed that he will drop new tracks from his upcoming album titled Any Minute Now

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Cassper Nyovest has listed his current favourite Mzansi songs that have been dropped this year.

The Amademoni hitmaker has also revealed that he will be dropping new songs "that are gonna shake the room".

Cass' top five tracks include his two bangers, Amademoni and Good For That. He also included Miss Pru's new song titled Price To Pay.

Mufasa tweeted:

"For me so far it’s Good for that, Amademoni and Price to pay. I have 3 loaded that are gonna shake the room. We dropping #AMN #AnyMinuteNow."

Mufasa's arch-rival AKA has dropped three lit tracks that are currently on high rotation on radio stations but, as expected, those tracks never made it to Cass' list.

Briefly.co.za reported that Cass took to social media earlier on Monday to share his good news. He revealed that he is going to be a father.

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The rapper even revealed the gender of his baby. Cass said he is excited about being a father to "a beautiful baby boy".

The star also announced that he will drop a new album on 11 September. The album cover is an actual scan of his son in his mother's womb, said Cassper.

"I'm going to be a father any minute now so I decided to name my album #AMN (Any Minute Now). The album cover is an actual scan of my son in his beautiful mother's womb. Excited about this album but I'm more excited about being a dad to a beautiful baby boy. #AMN drops September 11th."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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