South African Rappers Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C Prepare for New Album Releases and Africa Throne Tour

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South African rappers Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C are making waves in the music industry as they prepare to release their new albums and embark on the highly anticipated Africa Throne tour. With their unique styles and contributions to African hip-hop, these artists are cementing their positions as leading voices in the genre.

Cassper Nyovest’s “Solomon”

Born Refiloe Maele Phoolo, Cassper Nyovest has fans eagerly anticipating the release of his new album, titled “Solomon,” set to drop on 28 July. Nyovest has been building excitement for the project by teasing it on his social media channels, even sharing that the album was mastered internationally. He has also hinted that he will not release any singles before the album’s debut, adding an air of mystery around the project. “Solomon” promises to be a celebration of Nyovest’s longevity in the industry, chronicling his journey from obscurity to superstardom.

Nasty C’s “Better Than This”

In contrast, Nasty C, whose real name is Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, is focusing on singles to make his mark. He recently announced the release of his new song “Better Than This,” featuring Tellaman and Manana. The track premiered on YouTube on 21 June and received over 12,000 views within the first 20 hours of availability. Nasty C also teased his fans with news of an upcoming album, his first major project since last year’s “Ivyson Army Tour Mixtape.”

Africa Throne Tour

The Africa Throne tour represents a significant milestone for both Nyovest and Nasty C, as they join forces to conquer the continent with their musical prowess. With their unique approaches to hip-hop, these artists exemplify the diversity and creativity that characterize South African rap. The tour announcement electrified fans, who eagerly anticipate the chance to see their favorite rappers perform live.

Collaborations

In addition to their individual releases, both Nyovest and Nasty C have made headlines recently for joining forces with other prominent artists. Nyovest’s freestyle collaboration with fellow South African rapper AKA gained widespread attention, sparking a flurry of reactions on social media. Meanwhile, Nasty C’s song “Lemons (Lemonade)” with AKA went five times platinum, further affirming his rising star status.

The upcoming albums and Africa Throne tour are set to solidify Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C’s positions as leading voices in African rap, showcasing their unique styles and contributions to the genre. With fans eagerly anticipating their latest creations, there is no doubt that the future is bright for both Nyovest and Nasty C. Their passion, talent, and determination are sure to make history in the music world.

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