- Cassper Nyovest has opened up about why he won't be releasing any new music until AMN
- The rapper seems to have acknowledged the negative feedback that resulted after he dropped his last song Amademoni
- He said he is now focusing his energy on making his upcoming album a masterpiece
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Fans have not taken a liking to Cassper Nyovest's last single and he knows it. The rapper took to social media to share why he was not going to release another single until the AMN album drop. He shared that he was tired of his music being called trash and would focus on making the upcoming album a masterpiece.
When a social media user asked him if he's dropping any new music soon, Cassper responded:
"Nah, I don't want the chats about the single being trash or not. You know every Cassper single is trash at first then boom its a huge record. We should go straight to work with the album. The energy is right. #AMN"
Cassper may have acknowledge the lukewarm response to Amademoni and is doing his best to prevent a part two. Social media users weighed in on his stance and were excited about the AMN release. Twitter user MrFatigue said:
"The anticipation is gonna be at a HIGH"!
"It drops on the 11th and on the 15th is my birthday, early birthday present."
"Road to #AMN. Hauweeeeeng!!!"
"And it's going to be album of the year not only in SA but in the whole continent, even President Ramaphosa will address it... I mean aw bheke nje!!!"
"Just take us back to the Tsholofelo days, king."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported Cassper Nyovest got on a personal level with the women of Mzansi to show them support and understanding. SA women have been feeling unsafe, powerless and like their lives do not matter because they are female. Cassper stated in a clip that he stands by women.
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