The King is back and he is back with a bang. Just shortly after sending music fans into a bout of sustained hysteria and frenzy with the announcement of his massively anticipated “Thuto Album” expected in stores in May, Family Tree Records CEO, Cassper Nyovest unleashes a smash single titled “Tito Mboweni”. This effort is a single named after the first black governor of the South African Reserve Bank, Tito Mboweni.
It is simply obvious right? With Cassper Nyovest proving to be a colossus on the South African hip hop circuit, there’s only so much more than can come with his reign than making bank and cheddar. These, in addition to the fame and fortune that comes with his kind of super-stardom, not just only in South Africa but across the African continent and beyond.
This is the fact that “Abeshwe” rapper stresses to critical importance on “Tito Mboweni”. He even confirmed on one of his many destruction of lyrical lines that he used to talk ‘shit’ but now he speaks 6 figures. Would anyone even doubt that assertion and say it is one of the many ways rappers exaggerate about the wealth and lifestyle?
Heck, Cassper Nyovest set new records and heights with his “Fill Up Orlando” concert. Now, the “Fill Up Abuti” concert is already in the pipeline and the last we heard, its 800, 000th ticket had been sold. If that is not bank, we don’t know what is.
On “Tito Mboweni”, Cassper reunites with one of his prominent associated acts – the ever-savvy and prolific Gemini Major, who enjoys production credits. As always, it is one that comes with Rudebuoy‘s banging beats and dope instrumentals. The legendary “Ghetto” hit-maker only had to line up those beautiful bars with exciting flows in his trade mark bossy mien and clout.
Music fans have already jumped on this effort and you can also join in the groove and conversation. Simply stream, download and share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.
Lest we forget; please get your fire extinguishers ready as Cassper Nyovest simply forgot to turn off the oven on “Tito Mboweni”.