Cassper and Nasty C announce their joint tour across Africa. Cassper Nyovest has been quietly working on his upcoming seventh studio album. However, he recently shared the album’s release date and title, as it was reported:
“The Billiato owner has been scarce on the blue app. That was until he returned this past week as he confirmed that his latest album is nearing completion. This comes as he shared yet another teaser from the album, which saw him spit bars.
Not only that, but Cassper confirmed that the album will be named in his original ethos of naming his projects after his loved ones. This one is set to be released with the title Solomon, which is the real name of his best friend Carpo More.”
Meanwhile, Nasty C has been working for several years to advance his international ambitions. To this day, however, it seems that home audiences continue to support him wholeheartedly as his last hit was with the late rapper AKA titled Lemons.
However, in a surprising turn of events, frontman Ivyson chose to tour with the most unlikely co-leaders. As they announced today.
It is believed that Nasty C and Cassper did not have a good relationship after their brief existence several years ago. At that time, the report was:
“There’s never a dull day on social media, especially when it comes to rappers. Nasty C thinks rappers planning to release albums this year are a bit nervous.
The rapper plans to release the highly-anticipated album that he’s been working on for a while now, titled Zulu Man With Some Power… This comes a month after Cassper Nyovest also revealed that Any Minute Now will be released. released on September 11, calling it the best album. work so far.”
Cassper and Nasty C announce their joint tour across Africa.
But now it looks like the two have buried their rivalry with each other and are now working together as they are both signed to Universal Music Group. Therefore, it was announced that the two were planning to tour together.
It is a welcome surprise fact that Nasty C worked with AKA just a few months before his untimely and still unsolved assassination.