Cassper Nyovest Releases a New Single and Music Video ‘Good For That’

Watch Cassper Nyovest's music video for his new single 'Good For That.'

Cassper Nyovest and his gang gyrate in front of luxury vehicles in the music video for "Good For That," Cassper Nyovest's latest single, his first in two years. The song was produced by Alie Keys and Tyler ICU. The two architects crafted a smoky trap banger for Nyovest to stunt on the game. He reminds of you such hard facts as:


"I am that nigga, I do what I want, there's nobody bigger," and "Boy, don't tell me about cyphers, I've been battling taxes."

The silence from Cassper Nyovest was getting too loud for his fans and the rest of the South African hip-hop community. The superstar hasn't been releasing music for close to two years since the release of Sweet and Short, his fifth studio album.

Even though he wasn't releasing music, Nyovest was still part of the conversation, not just in hip-hop circles but in the entertainment industry as a whole. His annual Fill Up series of concerts has been running and seen him dwarf the whole game.

"Good For That" is hopefully one of many songs the prolific rapper has lined up for the year. Hopefully an album is in the pipelines, too.

Watch the music video for "Good For That" and stream the song underneath.

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