- Cassper Nyovest has reacted to the passing of Zimbabwean rapper Cal Vin
- Cal Vin passed away at the weekend after a hit-and-run incident near his home in Luveve, Zimbabwe
- Cassper and Cal Vin worked together on a track titled Z'khuphan' in 2015
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Cassper Nyovest has reacted to the passing of Zimbabwean rapper Cal Vin. The Amademoni hitmaker took to social media to pay tribute and extend his message of condolence to Cal Vin's fans and family.
The Bulawayo-born musician reportedly passed away after a hit-and run incident near his home town in Luveve a few days ago. Cassper took to Twitter and shared a snap of the award-winning musician. He captioned his post:
"Rest In Peace big dawg. Sad news. Zimbabwe rap icon Cal Vin. What a passionate guy."
Cass and Cal Vin had worked together in Cal Vin's song titled Z'khuphan' back in 2015. Judging from Cass' post, Cal loved making music and a lot of his fans have praised him on social media for keeping Zim rap alive. Check out some of the comments from fans who reacted to Cassper's post:
"Too bad. Gone too soon. Talented but underrated coz of lack of publicity in my local City. It's all about Harare in Zim. One day we shall be heard too."
"We truly need an artist who will help artists such as Calvin, pure talent who just needed that one artist to sign him up. We need our own African Jay-Z who will focus on discovering such talents all over Africa. Let’s build one another."
"Rest easy king. Your impact was felt long before the world was introduced to Cal_vin. May your dear soul rest in eternal peace brother Mgcini."
"I remember the Z'khuphani track you did together was fire, eishh may he rest in peace."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that A-Reece's girlfriend Rickell Jones has revealed that Paradise 2. A-Reece's fans have been urging him on social media to drop the much-anticipated album titled Paradise 2.
Rickell took to Instagram Stories to confirm that the project is almost done. She was responding to questions from her fans who can't wait for her bae to drop the album. The stunner said the album is now being mixed and mastered.
"Okay so since I see this question coming up a lot I am going to clear the air, the album is on the way. As far as I know they are mixing and mastering."
According to SAHipHopMag, Rickell revealed that Reece has been going through a grieving process but "is brave and strong."
"Trust me it’s worth the wait, I am so proud of Lehlohonogolo (Reece’s born name), the past few months haven’t been easy. It’s never easy losing a loved one. But he is brave and strong, making it possible to give y’all a masterpiece."
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