He said it’s his best work so far and the social media seems to agree with the rapper as Cassper’s new album Thuto drops.
Cassper Nyovest finally released his much anticipated third studio album and his fans just can’t stop raving about it on social media. The rapper released the album last night as promised and has since garnered a lot of love from it.
— Abuti Fill Up (@CassperNyovest) May 4, 2017
He named the album Thuto, after his sister. As soon as it dropped, fans and celebrities flooded Twitter to give a thumbs up to the album. Apparently, the rapper lived up to his promise to release a masterpiece.
Here are some of the reactions to Cassper’s New Album Thuto
— Thando Thabooty (@Thando_Thabethe) May 5, 2017
— #STAYSHINING 🌍 (@rikyrickworld) May 5, 2017
— #Thuto (@thulah310) May 5, 2017
— Thabo Ndobe (@iam_steebow) May 5, 2017
— SiphiweSelbyMofokeng (@siphiwe_603A) May 4, 2017
— #zasound (@zasound) May 4, 2017
— RASHID KAY™ (@rashid_kay) May 3, 2017
— 🚀🔴ManoMariachi🔴🚀 (@KamanoDonaldJnr) May 5, 2017
— Neo Ruby Gana (@rubygana) May 5, 2017
Looks like Cassper has set a record for other artists to break or what’s your take?
Notwithstanding all the love, there are still a few people who didn’t see the need for all the fuss.
— Kazi Kazi 🌍 (@PuleProm) May 4, 2017
Weakest song in the album 😢😢
TRASH TRASH TRASH 🚮 on the TL and the streets
— Chief Mize ♚☻ (@Aysap_) May 5, 2017
Meanwhile, Cassper’s hit single (Tito Mboweni) from the album (Thuto) which dropped earlier this year was received with mixed reactions on social media.
While some tweeted about how amazing the song is, some others objected, saying it wasn’t worth the wait. However, perhaps it was as a result of all the hype, but just about 20 minutes after the song was uploaded to iTunes, it quickly climbed the ladder to the top spot. In the process, the hit track dominated both the hip-hop and general singles chart, blowing away his rival AKA in the process.
Subsequently, the hate turned to praises when the video for the song was released. Apparently, the video was dope and tweeps couldn’t help but give it a massive thumbs up.
The visuals for the track were on point as the video features the likes of Queen Twerk, Nadia Nakai, Riky Rick and Carpo More.