Cassper Nyovest: I deserve the highest award

Cassper Nyovest: I deserve the highest award

Cassper Nyovest
Cassper Nyovest

Days after nominations for the SA Hip Hop Awards were open for votes, award- winning rapper Cassper Nyovest has thrown the cat among the suckers, saying he’s the most meritorious of the Artist of the Decade gong.

The awards are listed to take place coming month.
The Artist of the Decade award is a new order introduced this time – the 10th time anniversary of the awards – which will be broadcast live on SABC1 on December 4.

Cassper, real name Refiloe Phoolo, is nominated along archrival AKA, Khuli Chana, KO and Kwesta, Riky Rick, Nasty C, Emtee and Reason.
“ I believe I ’ve been harmonious, poignant and achieved all I set out for in the music space further than anyone differently has. But awards also do n’t define my success. My name is written in books with legends formerly,” said Cassper.

Cassper, who this week celebrated the time he first filled up The Dome in 2015, a literal moment that he said he’d hoped to achieve again before the epidemic struck, believes his big dreams will still be achieved with numerous new systems in the channel.

I achieved everything I set out for in the music space “ I call myself Don Billiato because the dream will be achieved. We’re nearly done with the music plant – two weeks left, a platform that will help new and forthcoming artists.
“ Also there’s The Braai Show, which I got slack for because the former host and I do n’t see eye to eye.

“ But I anticipated indeed more slack – but people moved on and are completely enjoying the show. It shows off a different side of me which people are also admitting me for.”
Cassper, who mentioned that his new systems included a lurker line and liquor brand, said “ I know this will come a billion- bone business.”

He said the track Siyathanda had been the biggest megahit of his 10- time career, participating that though he did n’t anticipate it to do so well, he believes it was a gift from God.
“ What numerous do n’t know is that I also wrote for and directed the music videotape.”

Cassper will perform at the Nimrods#Musicneedsyou musicale coming Sunday, the first time since the Covid-19 epidemic started last time that he’ll be performing to an followership of about 1 500 people.
“ I was lucky I got to travel overseas and perform but this is the first event at home where the followership is at this scale. It’s not perfect, but every bit helps.

“ As artists we had little to no remuneration. I appreciate every gig as it helps put food on the table,” he said.

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