Big Star Johnson Celebrates Redemption With “Ceasar” Album Release

Big Star Johnson Celebrates Redemption With “Ceasar” Album Release. Big Star Johnson has made a triumphant return with the much-anticipated release of his latest album, “Ceasar.”

 Big Star Johnson Celebrates Redemption With “Ceasar” Album Release

The 13-track album highlights remarkable collaborations and contributions from esteemed producers and rappers uniting to create a warm welcome for Big Star’s comeback. Notable South African rappers such as Touchline Truth, Stinno Le Thwenny, Marcus Harvey, Rouge and Oscar Mbo were among the contributors.

Taking to Instagram, the father of one took time to acknowledge every single individual who invested time in assisting in curating and perfecting his album. “GO HOME … START AT HOME … SLIDE 3 MY FAVOURITE RIGHT NOW … WHICH ONE YOU FEELING THANK YOU TO @_phonikz for your touch on this project King .. I Pray The Lord opens doors for you cause then you know .. no man can close em… S/O @mixedbyneilt for your mightest Touch …. Thank @sapr_africa for the work put in .. glad we back together…” Wrote Big Star Johnson.

“Thank you to All the collaborators for coming through with the High Quality Vibrations
@itsyangachief / @lokitunez / @reasonhd_ / @stino_le_thwenny / @caask_asid /@rouge_rapper
@oscarmbo / @touchline_truth / @iammarcusharvey.

“Thank you the most to my Family .. This project needed you … I needed you … And thank you for coming through for me …Thank you to @bone_da_king for believing in da boi .. and @djtrey_live & @la_fluur for never Leaving my side … Feels good to be back … Modimo o moholo .. There is no me outside of His grace .. He’s faithful in His Faithfulness I pray this album helps you the way it helped me 🙏🏾 Ceaser out now .. Link in bio,” he added.

The “Pablo” hitmaker incorporated his father into the artwork of the “Ceaser” album, which is named after him. In anticipation of the album release, Big Star offered insights into the inspiration behind both the album and its accompanying artwork. “Looking at my Father (CEASER) is like looking in the mirror.. it took understanding him to fully understand myself …This is the story of a son becoming a father and understanding his father.” He said.

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