However, many fans and industry watchers are currently locked in a debate whether Mufasa is truly able to pull of such master stroke accomplishment.
In the past year, Cassper Nyovest attempted a similar feat just as he did in previous seasons before that. However, he fell just a little short of the target by selling 68,000 tickets of the 75,000 required to #FillUpFNBStadium.
Only thing is with a world of promotion already invested into the highly-anticipated event this time, the Family Tree Records Boss seems fairly confident of pulling off the triumph this time around.
Cassper Nyovest himself has been hard at work informing and updating fans of the progress made so far in filling up the Moses Mabhida stadium.
According to the “Tito Mboweni” mastermind, 50% of golden circle tickets sold out last Thursday but the figure jumped by a further 20% and stands at being 70% sold out.
There are strong hopes by members of his team that the section would sell out before the weekend.
Plus, he has taken to social media platforms to flaunt and floss on the success story so far; announcing R100 and R150 tickets for the event to be already sold out.
Interestingly, the rapper also plots another piece of South African Music and Hip Hop history by releasing his upcoming Kwaito-tinged “Short and Sweet” album on the same day as the concert.
With each fan getting an album as a package with ticket prices, Cassper Nyovest’s next project of musical art could already clinch platinum status on its first day of release.
The question now is – Is Cassper Nyovest able to sell-out Moses Mabhida stadium come the 1st of December, 2018?
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