- Cassper Nyovest has applauded Motsweding FM for playing local music for the whole month of September
- The rapper expressed that the station's move is essential to Mzansi musicians who have been complaining about lack of airplay
- The star is preparing to drop his new album Any Minute Now in the same month of September
"Motsweding Fm is playing 100% local music throughout September!!!! Clap hands for them!!!! We need it!!!!" Nyovest has taken to social media to share his opinion on the station's bold decision.
The Amademoni hitmaker has commended the radio station for taking such a bold step even if it is for a month. The rapper has applauded Motsweding FM. He wrote on Twitter:
"Motsweding Fm is playing 100 local music throughout September!!!! Clap hands for them!!!! We need it!!!!"
The station's decision is not only good for established artists but is also great for the unknown musicians who will get the much-needed exposure they so deserve. Big up to Motsweding!
Mufasa also told one of his fans that his other fans have been complaining about his music not getting enough airplay on Mzansi's radio stations. The tweep had told him that his brand is bigger than just airplay.
"I'm not complaining, my fans are. They think I don't push my music like I don't care about it whereas I'm doing all I can but get no airplay."
Cassper has been dropping new singles that will feature in his much-anticipated album Any Minute Now. He has also worked with his idol Zola 7 and Busiswa on the album. The project will drop on 11 September.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee has taken to social media to praise Drake for helping him chart the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The internationally-acclaimed Mzansi DJ worked with Drake and Jorja Smith on the smash hit titled Get It Together.
The Superman hitmaker shared Drake's "stimulus package" on Instagram and applauded him for always helping other artists get into the Hot 100 chart.
Drake has also helped other artists such as 2 Chainz, 21 Savage, French Montana and Future, among others, chart on the Hot 100.
The Hot 100 is the music industry standard record chart in the US for songs, published weekly by Billboard magazine. Chart rankings are based on sales (physical and digital), radio play, and online streaming in the US.
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