- Cassper Nyovest dropped the music video for Nokthula today and Mzansi social media users reacted
- Fans were in love with the visuals and the people who made cameos in the video
- This was Cassper's first video that he released where he was the director
Rapper Cassper Nyovest has released the music video for his song Nokthula and fans had a lot to say about it. This was the first video that Cassper directed himself and he was delighted to share his work with Mzansi.
"Boom! Here it is! My first video as a director!" boasted Cassper on social media.
The song features fan favourite Busiswa and Legendary P. The music video is filled with striking visuals and interesting choreography. Something that seems to be regularly present in Cassper's work. The video features a number of popular people.
Mzansi fans who watched the video reacted on Twitter with some comments:
@mab_thabang said: "So Kamo Mphela spoke something about you the other day, yet she's on your video. I can even see that dude who makes funny videos on your intro. You're indeed a blessed soul and you'll forever remain one. God bless you Refiloe."
@LihKaito said: "Casspers barber is looking like a hungry Pop Smoke."
@kenemphutlane said: "The music video did justice for the track."
@PeterRocks13 commented: "Somebody let Cassper Nyovest know that this video is a great entry into December. I'm busy dancing unwillingly."
@da_wild_cat said: "Y'all are not wrong but y'all sleeping on Busiswa. She handled the weights."
In other music-related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity is set to drop her debut EP. TV personality and rapper Boity Thulo announced on her social media accounts that she would be dropping her debut EP titled #4436. The release is set for Friday 4 December and she shared that she was very excited for Mzansi to hear her work.
She took to social media to voice out how she was feeling ahead of the release of her project:
"The timing could not be more perfect! I’m so proud of this body of work and I’m very excited for you all to hear it!" said Boity.
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Source: Briefly News