- Cassper Nyovest felt a little touched when he saw clips that were recorded at his #FillUpRoyalBafokeng concert
- #FillUpRoyalBafokeng was one of the most iconic concerts for Cassper as it was in his home province
- Cassper cannot wait to do it all over again in 2021 - unfortunately, the pandemic stopped him from doing it this year
Cassper Nyovest felt a little touched when he saw clips from his #FillUpRoyalBafokeng concert that took place last year. With this pandemic, Cass had to cancel his plans to play in his hometown in 2020.
Reigning from Mahikeng, Cassper feels a strong sense of pride for his hometown. #FillUpRoyalBafokeng was one of the most iconic concerts for Cassper, a moment he will never forget.
Seeing the memory come up on social media, Cassper shared it along with his feels over not having been able to do it again this year. Cassper has never and never will forget where he came from.
“Last year in my home province. Wanted to go back this year. So lit!!!”
Seeing the post, fans reminisced with Cassper and took to the comment section to share their memories of the various #FillUp concerts they attended.
“The 1st is always the the most memorable... I remember when Gusheshe came on.”
“I remember last year's concert. We waited and waited and waited and waited and waited for you to come out.”
“Cass, next year you're coming to Royal again right?”
“Next year I'm pulling up.”
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Cassper Nyovest claims he’s the guy who made it possible for rappers to rap on Amapiano tracks. Cass feels he has allowed for genres to mash and other hip-hop artists can thank him for this one.
Amapiano is one of the hottest genres of music in Mzansi and, while there has been a lot of bashing going on with artists jumping aboard its success, Cassper claims he’s the one who made it alright.
Cassper explained how his decision to mix hip-hop with Kwaito, AmaPiano, and Dancehall has changed Mzansi music. These mashups have become the hottest trend and Cassper feels it is because of him that they have been successful.
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