Cassper believes he makes better Amapiano than Hip Hop
While 2020 has gifted Mzansi and therefore the world with another gorgeous black queen to call Miss SA, former Miss SA and 2019 Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has etched a special place within the hearts of the many in Mzansi and across the world .
This is why meeting and lecture the then freshly crowned Miss Universe was one among TshisaLIVE’s coolest moments this year. We got an opportunity to satisfy the Eastern Cape beauty when she flew into the country to try to to some work on the Woolworths Catch the Feels, campaign and she or he was absolutely everything and more!
The fact that Covid-19 was still not a thing in Mzansi meant that Zozi was preparing to try to to her tour and therefore the much-anticipated visit home to Tsolo. the thrill within the air was palpable, not just for Mzansi except for Zozi too.
In the early hours of this morning rapper, Cassper Nyovest surprised many when he announced his plans to quit Hip Hop. The rapper, who’s explored other genres within the past including Kwaito and Amapiano expressed his love for the House sub-genre that has taken the country by storm. The man, who says he’ll only be getting back to rap in 2020 is getting back to bop music as early as 2021.
Guys , I love amapiano!!!! I keep trying to run but it’s calling me. And the love there us amazing, so much respect. Ke motho wa strata!! Ke Lapile ke ditshele tsa hip hop. I’m a dope ass rapper mara fok. Ke tla le bona 2025. Kea shapa sguphu!!!! Next year ketla ka masepa!!!
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) December 19, 2020
— #SAHHA2020 (@SA_HipHopAwards) December 12, 2020
Cassper Nyovest is currently isolation the year by showcasing that each one the negativity he received this year didn’t matter because the Tsibipians closed off the year big. As we conclude 2020, Cassper has proven that in additional ways than one, he has won the year.
The South African Hip-Hop Awards (SAHHA) 2020 was held this past Saturday and Cassper came out victorious in most of the categories that he was nominated in. The rapper took away three nods during the festivities proving that he’s the “King of the Jungle.”
The first award that he won was for the “2020 Best Male” category, which might explain why he won one among the most important of the awards of the night for ”2020’s Best Album” for “Any Minute Now (A.M.N).” Considering the numbers that the rapper has produced together with his return-to-hip-hop album, the win is well deserved. The album remains charting and makes for one among few albums released by a South African artist to take care of the amount 1 spot on the Apple hip-hop music charts for four weeks consecutively.
Another award he won was for 2020’s “Song of the Year,” and therefore the award was for his single “Good for That,” featuring Tweezy. The win is monumental considering the sort of drags that Cassper received for the song. At the peak of the song’s release comparison between him and therefore the late hip-hop artist, Pop Smoke was rife because the rapper was accused of appropriate Pop Smoke’s sound as his own in South Africa .
However, the rapper still had a clean sweep. But that doesn’t mean that his win didn’t accompany some drama. There are some tweeps that took to Twitter to suggest evil wondering if the electoral system was rigged to make sure that Cassper comes out on top. But one thing about the Tsipibians, they’re going to defend their leader which is what they did as they took to the timeline to
express that the hate Mufasa was receiving was just that and was unjustified.
And to celebrate Mufasa is getting to celebrate together with his fans at a well-liked nightclub, Black Door. And if the name sounds familiar, that’s because the night club is that the same one that had the unpleasant visit from the Minister of Police, Bheki Cele. The club was pack up for contravening the lockdown and social distancing protocol. But allow us to hope that Mufasa’s good luck will abrade on tonight’s festivities.
Read the amazingly refreshing conversation we had with the sweetness queen below:
Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi is back home for the primary time since bagging the coveted crown and therefore the amount of pleasure within the air is palpable, not just for Mzansi except for Zozi too.
The fabulous Miss Universe told TshisaLIVE that being back home was sort of a big breath of fresh air.
“There’s no place like home. No place like SA. I desire this is often where I gather my strength. So being house is like having a renewed spirit in me.”
The model, who won Miss SA in 2019 before relinquishing the title to wear her Miss Universe crown, reflected on the instant that literally changed her life.
“My life has changed drastically. I mean it had been sort of a 360-degree switch literally between seconds. One moment i used to be Miss SA, next thing Steve (Harvey) is screaming out that SA is that the next Miss Universe. From that moment everything changed. My life will literally never be an equivalent again. It’s not even a year thing. it had been also a change for South Africans, for Africans and therefore the world celebrated that moment.”
Zozi, whose social media following ballooned to over a million within days of being Miss Universe, has documented and shared her transition into her prestigious role on social media. it’s also through an equivalent platforms that she lets her people know just what proportion she missed them when she was in ny .