- Cassper Nyovest has dropped his AMN album and social media users are still digesting the tracks
- Some, however, have pointed out that Cassper may have been a little shady in one of his songs
- The social media users assumed that Cass was throwing shade at fellow rapper A-Reece
Cassper Nyovest dropped his album recently and Mzansi is loving it. Many are appreciating Cassper's more mature sound. However, a few fans have picked up what sounded like a bit of shade aimed at rapper A-Reece.
It's no secret that Cass and A-Reece are not exactly besties. This is especially evident after A-Reece ignored Cassper's request to collaborate.
Now some Mzansi social media users believe that Cassper has thrown shade at A-Reece in his new album. In the song 1 on 1, Cassper can be heard saying:
"Your faves used to wear my hoodies."
A picture of A-Reece wearing a Cassper Nyovest hoodie has been doing the rounds online as a result.
Twitter user 25Kagiso said:
"Was Cassper dissing Reece on 1 on 1?"
"Reece and Emtee..."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest’s highly-anticipated album Any Minute Now just dropped and the people of Mzansi are grooving.
Social media has been blowing up over the #AMN release. When an artist produces an album, they put their entire soul into it. Spending that much time and energy and giving so much of yourself to something, best believe you only going to want it to succeed. It’s pretty much like giving birth to a new baby every time.
Briefly.co.za has seen the commotion Cassper’s album drop has caused. Social media is flooded with posts about the new album and peeps have a lot to say about it. While Cassper has released some bangers over the years, our guy is certain that this is his best work yet.
Taking to social media, Cassper has been hyping up his new album, and it looks like it was worth the wait. Cassper made a big noise about the litness of this album and now that it is out it is time for the people to make their judgement.
We are certain this will be the album of the weekend and well into the festive season.
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