Cassper Comes For Focalistic Unprovoked
Since the release of his most recent album, A.M.N., which some may argue was a letdown, Cassper Nyovest has been rather silent in the hip-hop community. Fans were pleased as expected when Mufasa made a comeback on the Ambitiouz Entertainment song Ohh Ahh by Fakaloice, which featured both him and the late Riky Rick. And more delighted when he appeared to be delivering bars on the track. But things got awkward when Cassper made accusations against Focalistic, claiming the artist had plagiarized his style. So let’s have a five-point discussion on this.
Focalistic and Cassper
The then-controversial sound of Amapiano is now the country’s burgeoning sound in 2019. Because Hip-Hop cats were earning big bucks as the pinnacle of the regional music industry at the time, this house sub-genre is not appreciated by mainstream musicians. One of the first well-known commercial musicians to join the Amapiano bandwagon was Major League, who introduced us to Focalistic, a Pitori rapper who was still relatively unknown at the time.
Together, they produce an EP that will help Focalistic become more well-known and get him a collaboration with rapper Cassper Nyovest. Skhfatin is a song that Focalistic, Cassper Nyovest, and Major League DJz jointly published. A song that Cassper was criticized for since it was by the Yanos and not hip-hop. However, Hip-Hop was already receding into the Amapiano background at the moment, so Nyovest was overjoyed.
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Later, Foca and Casser would team up once again on the single Never Know. At the moment, Cassper wanted to collaborate with Focalistic more. Foca, though, supposedly wasn’t too pleased about the situation because he thought Cassper was beginning to imitate his lyrical style. As a result, we haven’t heard from the two on another song since.
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Cassper attacks Focalistic without warning.
On Friday, July 1, 2022, Ambitioz posted on social media to announce the release of Fakaloice’s brand-new song, which finally brought late Hip-Hop star RIky Rick and Cassper back together. Ohh Ahh is a hard-hitting, well-liked Hip-Hop banger. More so since Cassper’s fan base, the Tsipibians, now have a track to support the claim that Mufasa can write bars, which has been questioned in light of numerous recordings demonstrating that he occasionally had “bad days.”
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