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Cassper Nyovest Goes Reggae In 'No Worries'

Watch Cassper Nyovest's workingman visuals for the reggae-influenced single "No Worries."


“I’m a 21st century black man, but I still don’t wear no suit / Never steal, never rob mister white man, please put your guns down don’t shoot me,” croons Cassper Nyovest in his new reggae-tinged single “No Worries.” The socially conscious track chronicles the mindset of the everyday workingman—a departure from the electro-pop of recent single “Travel The World” and his beef song against AKA.

The accompanying music video follows Cassper as he plays a poor but stress-free man roaming around Johannesburg. The clip includes scenes of the South African rapper walking barefoot in front of the massive TicketPro Dome, where he will play his sold out #FillUpTheDome concert tomorrow night in front of roughly 20,000 people—a show Cassper's been heavily promoting for months now.

Watch Cassper’s new video for “No Worries” and revisit his Day Out with Talib Kweli in Johannesburg below.

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