With one of the largest hip hop fan base in africa , Casper doesn’t only fill up stadiums , he fulfills his duty as a hip hop culture custodian by reinstating himself as the king of hip-hop with his smoothly executed braggadocious flow on this track. Let the music trap you .
Tito Mboweni was named after the eighth Governor of the South African Reserve Bank and the first black South African to hold the post. From the beat to the cadence and delivery, this track borrows heavily from american trap influence.
“Man you should see my life, it gets litmus
I used to talk shit and now I’m talking 6 figures”
Cassper is clearly an artist at a crossroads in his professional career. He’s no longer the underdog. He’s no longer trying to build a brand, he’s now fighting to maintain it. This lyrics and songs are far from what he built his reputation on in the south african hip hop scene , but i chose this because it reflects the change in the artist's life and environment
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About the curator - TJConnects
TJConnects is a tech specialist that currently lives and works in London, with over 10 years’ experience within the diverse Infocomm technology sector . I have been able to manage working on a few music projects as ad-hoc from time to time.
My relentless passion for music has been well documented through my lens as an amateur DJ from college days then to working as a trainee stage manager for a Live band , and further evolving into a different role as an artist manager / A&R consultant for indie artist .
Curating beautiful sounds comes to TJ easy due his greatly soft obsession for music.