- Cassper Nyovest is working on a project that will take him closer to becoming South Africa's first hip-hop billionaire
- Cassper Nyovest shared that the project is the first of its kind
- The Amademoni rapper said the project might be ready in the first quarter of 2021
Cassper Nyovest is ready to become Mzansi's first hip-hop billionaire. The rapper shared that he is working on an exciting project that he expects to be ready by the first quarter of this year.
The Amademoni hitmaker did not get into much details about the "dope project" but shared that it's the first of its kind. He took to Twitter on Wednesday, 20 January and shared that the project is another step of becoming Mzansi's hip-hop billionaire. The star wrote:
"Enough about the fight, I know it's boring now. I got a dope project I'm working on. A first of its kind. Might be ready 1st quarter of the year. Another step into the direction of becoming South Africa's first Hip Hop Billionaire. We thinking outside the box. Super excited!!!"
Apart from rap, Cass is a successful businessman who runs his own Family Tree record label and has worked with a lot of big South African and international brands. Tweeps took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his post:
"You're a businessman more than anything, a true hustler. I believe you gonna be a Billionaire."
"I don't think he's talking about music."
"We are waiting Nyovi, I know you never disappoint."
"Refiloe whatever it is, I know we will love... you never disappoint."
"Bro don't get too excited... keep your plans to yourself... execute them alone... let us know when you are a billionaire."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest recently took to social media to share that he wishes they could shoot a music video for Kabza De Small's hit titled Sponono. The track is reportedly huge in Nigeria.
The number features Mufasa and other African heavy hitters such as DJ Maphorisa and Nigerian stars Burna Boy and WizKid. A tweep @Drizzyk243 took to Twitter on Tuesday, 12 January and shared the the track needs a music video. He tagged Cass and the other artists who are featured on the track.
@Drizzyk243 was replying to another fan who tweeted about how the song made everyone try out Amapiano in Nigeria. The Amademoni hitmaker took to the micro-blogging app and responded to @Drizzyk243's tweet. Cassper Nyovest wrote:
"Wish we could shoot a video for it. @burnaboy @wizkidayo @DjMaphorisa."
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Source: Briefly News