Known for his kwaito-infused rap, Cassper has already cemented his place in SA hip-hop's hall of fame. But the Mama I Made It star is determined to not be a one-trick pony, releasing a loud dub-step influenced song that will have you twerking harder than you do to that Wololo number.
The track, entitled Too Legit, dropped on Monday to a near social media meltdown.
Fans hailed the track as one of the biggest of the year and flooded social media with messages and memes showing their excitement.
⚠ WARNING ⚠ #2Legit Just Dropped Hlompha Baseline Ntate! Nyovest Has Already Buried 2016 Six Feet. pic.twitter.com/TjMbsDS7o9— Too Legit!! To Quit! (@Kgula_Wa_2Gee) October 3, 2016
uCassper uyaRapper nou di las bafwethu .....#2legit is a club banger, a radio and bars filled song all in one. Currently pic.twitter.com/KIgRTU6Ukq— SIA LEITA (@sialeita) October 3, 2016
The track was supposed to have been released last Friday but was delayed. Cassper took to Twitter shortly after the delay to apologise to fans and promise it would be "a very very very big song".
This is going to be a very very very BIG SONG!!! Sorry for the delay!!! I have to make sure it's right!!! I have to make sure it's #2legit pic.twitter.com/6rZO8JSq1N— FillUpOrlandoStadium (@CassperNyovest) September 30, 2016
This is also the first song by Cassper Nyovest to feature an (at the time) unknown teenage producer since his mega-hit Doc Shebeleza.