- Cassper Nyovest has dropped the track list for his upcoming Any Minute Now album
- Social media users could not believe their eyes when they saw that he featured the late HHP and Pro Kid
- Many were also impressed to see that Cassper bagged a feature with US singer Anthony Hamilton
Cassper Nyovest has dropped the track list for his highly-anticipated AMN album. The exciting list of artists featured on the album has Cassper Nyovest trending on social media.
Many were impressed that Cass managed to bag a feature with US singer Anthony Hamilton. However, even more were impressed that the rapper has a track which features the late greats Pro Kid and HHP.
Other artists featured on the album include Tellaman, Nadia Nakai and Busiswa. Social media users shared their thoughts in the comments section of the artist's post. Twitter user CosmasM17 said:
"How are you featuring HHP and Pro kid when they are no longer on earth?"
"I fear Cassper has been mixing genres to the point that he doesn't even know what constitute hip hop now...I don't think we'll get any real hip hop from this album..I could be wrong"
"Anthony Hamilton. Goat. You're gone!!!"
"This album is definitely gonna be one for the books. Damn!!!"
"Featuring PRO KID??????? Ulthathaphi lelo verse Nkabi? (Where did you get that verse from?)"
"Eeh Cass, this album is gona be too hot"
"If you ain't gonna be listening to #AMN on the 11th of September then what will you be doing"
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that SPHEctacula and DJ Naves have teamed up as the Kings of The Weekend to release a spiritual track called Thelumoya. The track features the Jaziel Brothers and Cassper Nyovest.
The track was released on Monday, 24 August and is sure to be the banger Mzansi deserves. SPHEctacula and DJ Naves are DJs, recording artists, drive-time radio presenters and entrepreneurs who have been dominating South African airwaves for the past 10 years.
Speaking to Briefly.co.za, the Kings of The Weekend opened up about what inspired them to venture into gospel music.
"We believe that in order to stay relevant you have to evolve as an artist and make music that is relevant to the times and most of all is inspirational. Given what we are currently going through worldwide, we think everyone needs a pick-me-up."
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