South African rapper, JR, has taken time to explain why the ‘Good For That’ hitmaker never performed Thuto on Feel Good Sessions
The Feel Good Live Sessions has been remarked as an ideal initiative to integrate several African artists as they thrill their fans with online intimate performances.
A huge following has been garnered with this online series. This is because of its international appeal as well as the special appearances of notable artists in Africa.
South African music producer and rapper, JR, created The Feel Good Sessions as a way to bring music to people’s homes, no matter where they are.
Several artists have graced the stage. This include the originator himself, Mr. JR, A-Reece, Sjava, and AKA.
A Twitter user confronted the ‘All Eyes On Me’ hitmaker as he asked him why Cassper Nyovest did not perform his Thulo album on the live session. The user claimed that it would have been an awesome experience but it didn’t happen because JR allegedly has issues with Cassper.
The Twitter user further stated that Mufasa should create his own live sessions as a way of celebrating his Thuto album which recently celebrated its third year.
The Twitter user said:
“@casspernyovest’s #thuto would’ve been so dope on @JRafrika’s feel Good live session but JR had his issues with cass. Cass should just make his own live session with a band for the celebration of this masterpiece #ThutoTurns3.”
JR has cleared the speculations before it grows wider. He responded to the accusation by stating that he and his producer had attempted to contact Cassper Nyovest and his team. However, they declined the offer.
The talented rapper said:
Lemme tell you a little story. When we were in pre-production for Season 2, I and my producers reached out to him and his team. They declined for their reasons which we respected…so where are my issues?
The talented rapper and producer recently expanded his horizon as he introduced a new music special ‘Sound Stage SA.’ It was officially premiered in February and it featured Koffee’s official brand, The Compozerz.
JR’s response has made it clear that he is not about the drama but the music itself. But well, Twitter is a scene where the smallest of things can quickly escalate into a drama.