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Nota Reveals How Much Money He Offered AKA And Cassper Each To Record A Joint Album

Nota Reveals How Much Money He Offered AKA And Cassper Each To Record A Joint Album. Nota Baloyi has contributed plenty to the South African Hip Hop industry in many ways over the years. Nota worked closely with Kwesta for some time as his manager and since their separation, he has been on his own mission in the industry.

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On the back of American rappers Lil Durk and Lil Baby’s joint album release, Nota took to his Instagram to reveal the large sum of money he offered both AKA and Cassper to record a joint album. In the post’s caption he revealed that he offered them both a million rand each to do a joint album and asked his followers if he should offer the same deal to two other rappers.

I offered AKA and Capper a million rand each to do a joint album… I still have that money on the table. Who does it make business sense for me to offer the same deal to?” He wrote.

In the comments of the post, some SA Hip Hop fans had their own opinions of who they feel should do the album. Suggestions included Makwa and Kwesta, Emtee and Maggz, Yanga Chief and Blxckie and he shut them all down saying that most of the options don’t make business sense.

Nota has run into trouble online a few times because of his outspokenness. He received letters from Black Coffee’s lawyers earlier in 2021 after the two went back and forth on social media. Nota called Black Coffee an abuser whilst defending Enhle Mbali against the DJ. The letter stated that Nota had to apologize to Black Coffee which he eventually did on his Instagram.

Nota’s Twitter account recently disappeared and he revealed on his Instagram that the account was removed from Twitter yet again.

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