For most artists, the No. 1 spot is an indication of not only how influential they are but how good their work is. After all, it takes influence and power for people to get others to listen to their works, which leads them to the top spot on any list.
In a note of acknowledgement to his fans, the songster had taken to Twitter where he noted in part, “#Solomon debuted at number 1 in the on iTunes, across all genres. Thank you for buying the album.” The “Doc Shebeleza” chanter is known for showing gratitude to his fans for their support, so his latest show of gratitude is in no way surprising.
The album debuting at No. 1 is actually very symbolic because the songster released the project on the same day as another equally important South African rapper, Nasty C. The Zulu Man With Some Power had released “I Love It Here” on the same day and even went on a tour with Cassper.
Anyway, congratulations are in order for Cassper on his latest milestone.