- Cassper Nyovest tweeted out the Production Credit booklet for his latest album, which detailed writers and producers of each song
- The artist said he wanted to give credit to all the musicians who helped him create Any Minute Now
- Twitter came with their usual reactions to AMN and some doubted whether Cass was capable of what he claimed
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Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter to release the Production Credit booklet for his latest album, Any Minute Now. The rapper Tweeted out the credits of his work in order to name the writer and producer for each song featured on the project.
Fans gave Cassper praise for acknowledging everyone who worked on the album and giving credit where it was due. Cassper congratulated his fellow musicians with "Great work guys!!!"
His fifth studio album has proven to be a hit with fans and Cassper himself, as he is also credited as a 'producer' in every song that featured on the project.
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Usually when Cass takes to Twitter there is drama from fans and haters and this time was no different. As more and more questions were asked about the album. The rapper noticed there were a lot of assumptions and speculations spreading around.
Some tweeps wondered if Cassper had the abilities to have accomplished all the jobs he claimed to have done on the album. The standard comments section arguments ensued, with Cassper responding by saying:
"How can people argue all day about things they have no knowledge of? If I don't have the knowledge, it's either I ask or I keep quiet. The worst part about arguing when you don't have the knowledge is that you're missing an opportunity to learn. YOU MUST AKSSSS!!!"
In other Cassper-related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported about how grateful the artist was over the reactions to Any Minute Now.
Cass took to social media to show gratitude over the reviews his album received just within one day of its release. Cassper's latest album was officially released on 11 September and was met with many positive reviews from listeners.
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