“Hip Hop don’t see me,”Cassper Nyovest Feels Disregarded By The Genre

“Hip Hop don’t see me,”Cassper Nyovest Feels Disregarded By The Genre. After making comments of how SA Hip Hop artists must form a united front to make best of the genre despite their differences, Cassper comes forward to share that he feels disregarded by the genre.

Having been regarded as the Hip hop artist since his career kick-started, Cassper tapped into other genres. His versatility led to comments that he is no longer a Hip hop artist.

One of his fans made a comment lately about how they wish this year’s #FillUp could be strictly Hip hop nothing more.

“I just wish this year #FillUp could be strictly Hip Hop whereby we can have cyphers cyphers and another stage for unknown rappers to get a shot maybe out do all the fill ups, now let’s make it a reason to keep going no longer about,” wrote the fan.

Cassper responded by saying that his fans are not hip hop fans and that he is just on a journey to pursue his music without the “unwritten SA Hip hop rules.”

“Nah, my fans are not hip hop fans. It’s people from all walks of life. I have to cater for my market. Besides that, Hip Hop don’t see me as their guy anyway. Im the other guy & im enjoying just bejng myself without these unwritten SA hip hop rules. I just wanna be Nje & have fun.”

Earlier this year he made mention of how SA hip hop has so much hate and called for unity.

“South African Hip Hop has sooo much hate. Dawg, My success is your success, your success is my success!! We are Hip Hop!! Why does it have to be like this? I don’t understand…I remember the days we used to celebrate that a hip hop artist won best male…Now it’s dark.” wrote Cassper.

Aphelele Peyana

Aphelele Peyana is a seasoned journalist at SA Hip Hop Mag. You can contact her on

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