Cassper Reflects On The Worst Advice He Was Given In The Industry

Cassper Reflects On The Worst Advice He Was Given In The Industry. Cassper has been in the SA Hip Hop industry for some time now delivering quality music with every album he has ever released. Cassper has always been one to reach for the stars and looks to smash milestones with everything he does.

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The Family Tree CEO recently took to Twitter to share the worst advice he has ever received in the entertainment industry. He mentioned that the advice he received was when he was looking to perform at the Dome and he was told by events company Big Concerts that no South African artist would ever fill up the Dome. Ouch!

“”No South African artist would ever fill up the Dome. You’re going to fail. Save yourself the embarrassment. We have done this for years and we don’t see this happening.” – Big Concerts.“”, Cassper wrote.

Since filling up the Dome, Cassper has also filled up a number of other popular South African stadiums and performed alongside some of Mzansi’s biggest artists. Cassper has conquered FNB and Orlando stadiums in Johannesurg, Moses Mabhida in Durban, and Royal Bafokeng in Rustenburg. The COVID-19 Pandemic has since slowed down Cassper’s Fill Up events but there are plans in the works for him to perform across the African continent.

Currently, Cassper is one of the biggest artists in the country and continues to prove that he is a force to be reckoned with. He recently sealed a R100M deal with Drip Footwear’s Lekau Sehoana. Their first product is set to be launched very soon. Although fans raised their eyebrows at how much the deal is worth, Cassper confirmed the number is correct.

Cassper”s next album is set to drop on the 30th of June 2021. It is strictly an amapiano project and was produced by Abidoza.

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