Cassper Explains Why He Changed His Verse on MajorSteez “ASEBONGE” TrackSA Hip Hop Mag
Cassper Explains Why He Changed His Verse on MajorSteez “ASEBONGE” Track. Whilst Mzansi is still grooving to the “Asebonge” track by MajorSteez featuring Cassper Nyovest, new information emerged on why the Doc Shebeleza chanter changed his verse on that song. To say the least, the song carries a funny sentiment and it has given birth to the “Asebonge Dance Challenge” that has been trending lately. For that reason, it made Cass to change his verse for the song.
The rapper responded to a twitter user who asked why he went on and changed his verse, the former responded that the first verse was too serious for such a hilarious song hence, he decided to change it. “The song was fun , I was too serious, wholistically , my verse wasn’t complimenting the song. I was too aggressive for such a fun song.”
Cassper Nyovest carries a good reputation of supporting other artists in the hip hop game and he did the same thing with the MajorSteeze brother on their new release. After the song was out, Cass posted on his twitter announcing that the song was ready and people can now go on and have some fun vibing to it.
“Now that we have handled the raps, let’s have some fun. Make sure yall check out [email protected]_za new record feat yours truly. New blood!!! Link in their bio!! #Asbonge“
Despite working with the MajorSteeze on their new single, Cass has been working on his own projects. He recently released The Pressure single at the same time, there is the much anticipated Billiato party that is also coming up. The Tito Mboweni rapper got everything ironed out for himself this year, and with the party we are likely to witness a lit festive season.
Nyovest aka Don Billiato released his sixth studio album, Short and Sweet 2.0, in June 2021. The ten-track album is a follow-up to Short and Sweet, his fourth studio album, which was published in 2018. Short and Sweet 2.0 is a mix of Hip-Hop and Amapiano that includes the tunes that we all adored this year.