- Cassper told tweeps how much he loves his new album, plays it at least twice daily
- The rapper revealed to fans that his current favourite track on the record is Loco
- When asked how he doesn't get sick of himself, Cassper responded that he is his own favourite musician
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The South African rapper took to Twitter to express some opinions and answer some questions about his career and his newly released album Any Minute Now.
Cassper Nyovest was talking about his music and chatting to fans over social media when the artist revealed a few facts about himself.
The dialogue continued and Cassper mentioned that his favourite song on the album is Loco and that he is his own favourite musician.
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Cassper also mentioned that he is listening to his album at least twice a day and that his current favourite track, Loco, was actually written three years ago.
Despite that, Cassper mentioned that the song resonates with him so much because the lyrics remain relevant and that "it relates to [his] everyday life so much." After his declaration of love for his own work, some users asked how he could cope with such an overload of himself.
That was when Cassper tweeted that, actually, he is his own favourite musician.
SAHipHopMag.co.za reports that "the album is slowly reaching for the gold status and a music video for BongiNkosi is on the way."
In other Cassper-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on the striking moment a fan correctly guessed the unreleased name of Cassper's new baby. The rapper could not hide his surprise when a fan on Twitter made an accurate guess about the newborn's name.
The fan was then bombarded with prediction requests from other Twitter users who wanted to know about their own futures. Speaking of futures, we know Cassper and Thobeka's baby boy will have a bright one.
The question of the baby name was originally posed to tweeps by media personality Anele Mdoda when she tweeted:
"I say we put money in a pot and guess the name!"
Fans then got to work with a huge variety of names ranging as much as the Twitter handles themselves. Cassper was alerted to the correct answer after user @bassyballz tweeted a screenshot of all three names he had guessed that all turned out to be correct. Now that's what we call a superfan.