Cassper Nyovest admits that he used to be a bad rapper

Cassper Nyovest admits that he used to be a bad rapper

- A video has resurfaced of Cassper Nyovest rapping a freestyle that was less than impressive

- Cass admitted to his fans that he wasn't always a good rapper but his new album will show how much growth he has endured

- Cassper's highly-anticipated album is to be released on Friday, 11 September

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Popular South African muso Cassper Nyovest has admitted that he wasn't always the best rapper. An old clip of him rapping resurfaced on social media and his skills were very much less than impressive.

The rapper took to social media to say that he wasn't as impressive when coming to his rap skills as he is now. After the old video of him made its rounds on social media, he reassured his fans that he was no longer a "horrible" rapper.

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He said about the video: "Lmao... Man I come far!!! What the hell was I doing ??? Anyway, pre-order my new album. I promise you I don't rap like this on the new album!!!"
Cassper Nyovest admits he used to be a bad rapper

Cassper Nyovest admits he used to be a bad rapper and promises he won't be as bad on his new album. PHOTO: Cassper Nyovest / Instagram/ @casspernyovest. Source: Instagram
Source: Instagram

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Cassper's latest album, titled Any Minute Now (AMN) will be released on September 11. Nyovest is excited about the release of his album but is more excited to become a father, he shared on social media with his fans.

The highly-anticipated album will consist of 21 tracks and will be featuring many South African artists such as Morafe, Samthing Soweto and Busiswa to name a few.

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Briefly.co.za previously reported on Cassper Nyovest sharing footage of his AMN docuseries featuring Kwaito star Zola.

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Cassper Nyovest has shared the first footage of his Any Minute Now docuseries. The rapper is preparing to drop his much-anticipated album in a few days' time. The first episode of the #AMNSessions docuseries takes the musician's fans behind the scenes of the making of his recently-released single Bonginkosi.

The star posted the video on YouTube. In the video, fans can see Mufasa working in studio with his idol, Zola 7. Since he dropped the docuseries, it has been viewed tens of thousands of times. The track Bonginkosi is dedicated to Cassper's mother. It's named after Zola 7, whose real name is Bonginkosi.

Mufasa's fans have praised him and Zola 7 for producing such a dope track. Since he dropped the docuseries, many of his fans have taken to his comment section to share their views on the series. Most of them loved the positive energy and respect the Cassper and Zola showed each other when they recorded the track.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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