"Ksazobalit" is here.
South African rapper Cassper Nyovest just released the single he promised earlier this week. Titled "Ksazobalit," the song will definitely be a staple in clubs and radio.
It takes inspiration from Migos, with the hook delivered as a one-line chant. This has been Nyovest's style of hooks for his singles for a while; remember "Doc Shebeleza" and "Tito Mboweni."
So Who Did Cassper Copy Opss... I Mean Sample This Time? #Ksazobalitpic.twitter.com/ZzaCFSIzXd
— Thabang Kekana (@tbangZ_kekana) 23 March 2018
"Ksazobalit" offers nothing new or mind-blowing from the rapper. He's flaunting his riches and telling his rags-to-riches story as usual, with lines like:
"I came up from the dirt/ and I tripled my worth/ It's a gift and a curse/ But it could have been worse"
This one is poised to get big; it ticks all the boxes of a Nyovest hit—a catch hook, lofty lines and a beat that knocks hard. And fans are already eating it up.
When I heard that K'sazobaLit track by @CassperNyovest 💯🔝🔚
— Sethu Jonathan Dee (@dee_sethu) 23 March 2018
Did y'all hear #Ksazobalit second verse!? 😭😭😭😭😭🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
— Melanin MasterPiece (@AlinahSoetsang) 22 March 2018
Ya'll @CassperNyovest said "give her enough to buy for herself and her man" LMAOOOOOOOOOO 😹😹🙆 #KsazobaLit 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/RUF3nIEbGw
— Rainbows and Candy (@Forevernoma) 22 March 2018
Listen to "Ksazobalit" below: