Cassper Nyovest has officially confirmed a Nasty C feature on his highly-anticipated album, “Solomon,” which is set to drop soon.
This revelation came during a press conference held as part of their ongoing African Tour in Botswana.
Both Cassper and Nasty C are embarking on this tour, and their albums are scheduled for release on the same day, adding to the excitement within the South African rap scene.
When asked about the Nasty C feature on his album, Cassper Nyovest cryptically mentioned that it might require a keen ear to recognize Nasty C’s distinctive voice on the track.
He explained, “I don’t know if I should say it, but there’s a Nasty feature on the album, but you kinda have to know his voice to hear. But he contributed to the album.
I asked him to do something on the album, and he was an artist enough to do it because there’s like a certain paintbrush that I needed, and he did it for me.”
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Cassper Nyovest’s albums typically feature few collaborations, and the only rapper he joined forces with on this project is Maglera Doe Boy.
He views “Solomon” as a reflection of his achievements over the past decade and intends it to serve as a mentorship to younger artists in the game.
Cassper sees this album as an opportunity to impart valuable knowledge and information to the up-and-coming generation, emphasizing that he has entered a different phase in his career where he is a respected figure with experience and wisdom to share.