Cassper Nyovest Hints At His Second Amapiano Single Featuring Boohle

Cassper Nyovest Hints At His Second Amapiano Single Featuring Boohle. Not only has South African rapper Cassper Nyovest been open about working on an amapiano album but he has also predicted that Canadian rapper Drake will soon join the genre. On his yet to be released amapiano album, Cassper first dropped ‘Angisho Guys’ featuring Lady Du and produced by Abidoza.

Cassper Nyovest is gearing up to drop new music again and it looks like he’s dropping yet another amapiano track. He hinted at working on an amapiano track titled ‘Siyathandana‘ featuring Boohle. Taking to social media, Cassper wrote: “Siyathandana already got a lot of people salty i see. Crazy that when we starting making the album nobody had anything to say now it’s opinions left right and center. Could we have a big hit on our hands? Dankie Doza!! Dankie Boohle!!! On top of them!!! Asambe!!! See tweet:

It was not long ago since the rapper took to Twitter and shared his thoughts on Mzansi not supporting local artists when they evolve. This comes after he had announced that he was joining the amapiano train. He said that he did not understand why people did not back him when he ventured into Amapiano, but rather ridiculed him for not being a “real hip-hop rapper”. “I tweet to teach but all they wanna do is reply and trend. If we could just learn how to appreciate our own authentic arists and sounds before they are exploited. We gone hear Drake on Amapiano soon and yall gonna love it. Why yall got mad when I did it is just beyond me.”

However, following the success of ‘Angisho Guys’ Mzansi seems to have fallen in love with him joining the amapiano scene. “Angisho Guys” have been one of the most demanded locked tune and have been trending on almost all music charts even when it was unreleased. The spike came after the track was played by Mr JazziQ on his balcony mix alongside the twin DJs Major League, and since then the track have been something else, with lots of fans attributing it to the duo that performed the set.

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