After dabbling with Kwaito and Gqom sounds in his recent projects, nobody would have expected Cassper Nyovest to reach into his woke pockets and pull out an introspective verse on Mass the Difference’s new track, What’s Wrong With Me.
We hardly ever hear Nyovest rapping on classic, boom-bap Hip-Hop beats. However, after sobering up from a potent cocktail of social media hate, mixed with whatever toxicities come with being a celebrity, Nyovest took the opportunity to let the haters know that he was still nice with the bars.
Cassper Nyovest delivers hot verse on What’s Wrong With Me
How did the collab happen?
Being a person that champions himself for being humble and not too detached from the ordinary, Abuti Fill Up vowed to co-sign Mass by jumping on the record.
All was forgotten until Nyovest crept up on us on Friday morning with a video snippet of his addition to Mass’ reflective and melancholic beat.
Did Cassper diss Mampintsha?
The topics, in his verse, ranged from his dealings with hatred on Twitter, the other side to life as a celebrity, and shockingly, Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo.
Although he did not mention the Big Nuz artist’s name verbatim, he made mention of men “getting away with beating girls on Instagram Live.”
You may know that Mampitsha is currently facing assault charges for beating up his former girlfriend, Bongekile “Babes Wodumo” Simelane, an act that was broadcast by the Babes on her IG Live feed.
He challenged the Twitter outrage that seemingly befalls men who are accused of abusing women, suggesting that it was meaningless if those men were still able to get away with it.
Mass the Difference ft Cassper Nyovest – What’s Wrong With Me: Download info
Since releasing the snippet, Nyovest, as ever, shot up to the top of the trends list on Twitter and people cannot get enough of the song.
The record is currently available for free download on Slikour Onlife. Alternatively, those whose interests only lie with what Nyovest had to say can check out the snippet of his verse below.
Watch: Snippet of Nyovest’s verse on new feature
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) April 26, 2019