It’s exactly two years since Cassper Nyovest released his “Short and Sweet” album. (He has since released another body of work, of course). Two years, and Cass only has positive reports about the project.
In a recent tweet, Caasper stated what he endured following the release of the project. He stated the project was mocked. But now those who did the mocking can admit they were wrong, after all.
He celebrated himself for having created the tone for the sound in South African hip hop – a claim not many buy, by the way. You may want to check out his tweet below.
Sweet and Short is an album that shifted the culture and it was shitted on . Mocked and pissed on. I'm used to this though. Glad they can admit that they were firstly wrong, secondly that I set the tone for the sound in SA Hip Hop. First they mock me, then they follow. Next wave! https://t.co/ueeFCS3Ifl
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) November 28, 2020
Cassper Nyovest has never shied away from blowing the trumpets of his achievements, so his sounding off on his 2018 “Short and Sweet” album is nothing surprising.
In fact, about his latest album, “Any Minute Now (AMN),” which he dedicated to his son Khotso Izwe Simba Phoolo, he had said it is the best album in South Africa in 2020. Again, not every bought his verdict about the project.
Well, do you think Cassper Nyovest actually shifted the culture with his “Short and Sweet” album? You might want to join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section below.