Without a doubt, the Family Tree Records CEO is set to steal the shine, buzz and trends of the close season, even as he plots a platinum-clinching streak for this album on its release date.
With 4 studio albums already to his credit, Cassper Nyovest has also bossed the world of business like a colossus with an entrepreneurial streak that is second to none.
From trademarking his Fill Up series, to merchandising, to business partnerships, endorsement deals and record sales, Mufasa packs the total package.
On the musical side of things however, Cassper Nyovest has remained connected to the Hip Hop genre that brought him all the fame, awards, recognition, fortune and success.
Only thing is he makes a triumphant return to his Mafikeng roots with a Kwaito-tinged album that the “Sweet And Short” album is.
We already began to get a feel of this latest Cassper Nyovest iconic plan when he announced he was working on an album with the release of “Gets Getsa 2.0.”
Now that we know the “Sweet And Short” album is here, we are awed by the creative fusion of both genres Cassper Nyovest employed as well as the instinctive introduction of the Hip Hop lyrical lines and bars.
Who says music is not a universal language after all?
Well, Cassper Nyovest makes the “Sweet And Short” album a total of 11 whopping records for its deluxe version and only 9 for the basic.
The album which features the likes of Frank Casino, DJ Sumbody, and Shwi Nomtekhala, is a fitting follow up to the massive success of his 2017 “Thuto” album.
As Cassper Nyovest attempts another shot at history with the Fill Up Moses Mabhida stadium in just a day, this latest project might be clinching the platinum status in record time too with each fan getting an album as a package with ticket prices.
This release marks another career milestone for a kid from Mafikeng but who with a determination in his dreams and goals has managed to conquer the world as well as inspire the millions of African kids who’d be towing the same path.
The “Sweet And Short” album is for the groove and grind though with a danceable streak to its composition and package. You cannot pass on this abundant feast and fest off the stash and stables of Cassper Nyovest.
Simply grab a dose, then be sure to share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.
1. Welcome Welcome
4. No Pressure
5. Who Got The Block Hot? (feat. Frank Casino)
6. Remote Control (feat. DJ Sumbody)
7. Hase Mo States (Edit)
8. Tseya Ukwe (feat. DJ Sumbody)
9. Move For Me (feat. Boskasie)
10. Gets Getsa
11. Sponono Sam (feat. Shwi Nomtekhala)