Cassper Nyovest has just released his most anticipated single titled Put Your Hands Up. After ditching the hip hop scene and jumping into the Amapiano wave which is currently dominating even on international stages, Cassper promised his fans that he will be serving more hip hop songs. Did he manage to live up to that promise or it was all just an act? Join us as we unpack more of the story below and share the latest.
Tweeps are having a field day with Cassper Nyovest's new single. "He just put SA hip-hop in a coma" - they said. It seems like his latest productions are more experimental as compared to being hip-hop songs. As much as that's a good thing to do as an artist in order to grow, it's important that you don't end up sabotaging yourself. This year has been momentous because we've seen artists like Drake and Beyoncé going out of their comfort zone to drop dance albums - it has been a shocker.
Is the new sound worth a listen?
I'll be very honest with you, it lacks that hip-hop feel which makes it difficult to listen to it over and over again. Some have even suggested that he must continue focusing on the business side of things - more especially the Celebrity Boxing Matches and leave the rapping to other people.
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