Afrobeats Takeover: Cassper Nyovest Wishes He Was Nigerian

Afrobeats Takeover: Cassper Nyovest Wishes He Was Nigerian

Popular South African rapper Cassper Nyovest is considering an alternative nationality as a Nigerian. The award-winning rapper expressed his wish to become Nigerian at the moment.

According to Cassper he admires the way Nigerians both at home and in diaspora push Afrobeat(s) which he can’t say the same for his locals in South Africa.

Afrobeat(s) has greatly soared over the pass few years and the South African rapper wished he was part of the movement. He commended how much local content (music) is played in the Nigerian airwaves both on radio and television.

Cassper Nyovest about a week ago hailed Wizkid for a stellar performance on ‘Brown Skin Girl’. He anticipates that would be Wizkid’s next Billboard charter.

R.M Phoolo


Nigeria has all the genres we have but they push Afrobeats. What’s wrong with me riding for SA hip hop cause it got me here? I have supported every genre in SA, Come on big bro. I hate these back and forths on Twitter. Rather call me if you wanna discuss this. 



2020 for SA music if you want unit in the industry we must stop being genre based and be music based. If we want to push SA Music to a level where Nigerians are you Must think SA music industry then Genre movement, period. 

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