- Cassper Nyovest has warned Mzansi peeps not to play his album if they don't have time on their hands
- The Amademoni hitmaker revealed that music lovers need to listen to his album for a couple of months before they can talk about it on social media
- After his bizarre post, most tweeps felt that the album does not sound as good as he has been saying it is
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Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to let peeps know that they will have to listen to his upcoming album for a couple of months before they can share their views about it on social media.
He warned peeps that if they don't have time on their hands, they should not play the project. Mufasa has been using Twitter to promote the album.
"If you don’t have time on your hands, please don’t play this album… This aint a fast listen!!! This is a project you need to sit on for a couple of months before you come on the socials to talk about your experience with the music. Those 2 hour reviews are for the birds!!! #AMN."
Cassper has already shared that he worked with the likes of Busiswa, Zola 7, DJ Maphorisa and Samthing Soweto on some of the tracks. The album titled Any Minute Now is set to drop on 11 September.
His followers shared mixed reactions to his post. Some felt that the album might not be great as he has been pushing it. One tweep, @Popsupersta commented:
"Hilarious. So if I don't like it, it won't be because it is bad, it'll be because I didn't listen to it correctly? Very smart, you must join the ANC."
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In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cass' arch-rival AKA has taken to social media to share snippets of some of his songs that will feature on his upcoming album. The project will feature Sjava, Gemini Major, Da L.E.S and Rouge, among others.
AKA has also been using social media accounts to promote the forthcoming project. Supa Mega joined a band of Mzansi rappers who have promised to drop new albums in the near future. Some of the artists include, Nasty C and A-Reece.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker captioned took to Twitter on Tuesday, 11 August to brag about his new album.
"This will be the project of the year."
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