- Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to show appreciation to Kamo Mphela
- Cassper Nyovest thanked the Amapiano singer and dancer for her cameo role on his Nokuthula music video
- Cassper Nyovest recently dropped the video of his smash hit titled Nokuthula
Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to thank Amapiano singer and dancer Kamo Mphela for her cameo appearance on his new music video.
Mufasa dropped the visuals to his banger titled Nokuthula this week. The song features Busiswa and Legendary P. The Amademoni hitmaker took to Instagram on Tuesday, 1 December to give a shout-out to the Amanikiniki hitmaker for taking part in the video shoot.
The rapper thanked Kamo for taking time out of her busy schedule so she could shoot her part in the video. Cass jokingly said that he owes the star cheese, chicken or beef. Kamo sings about the same food on the smash hit, Amanikiniki. The award-winning rapper wrote:
"Shout out for the cameo ntwana @kamo_mphelaxx . I owe you Amanikiniki, ai icheese or o batla chicken le beef?"
Mufasa's fans have taken to his comment section on the photo-sharing app to react to his hilarious post. Check out some of the comments below:
"It's the caption for me."
"It's the caption for me too."
"The cleanest visuals ever!"
"Clean visuals Cass as it is your first time as a director. Salute."
"She bossed up in your music video shem."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that fans had a lot to say about the Nokuthula music video when Cassper Nyovest dropped it. This was the first video that Cassper directed himself and he was delighted to share his work with Mzansi. The music video is filled with striking visuals and interesting choreography and features a number of popular people.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Riky Rick recently dropped a fresh new music video for his track titled Ungazinchishi. The rapper features Focalistic and Tyler ICU on the banging track.
The colourful music video was directed by Darion 4k. The visuals see the Boss Zonke hitmaker and Focalistic wearing Maxhosa Africa gear and cruising around the streets ready for summer.
The video premiered on Tuesday, 10 November but has already been viewed over 402 000 times on YouTube.
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