There has been a lot of questions asking how Cassper Nyovest has been making his money, how he manages to buy the expensive things life has to offer without feeling any pinch whatsoever.
Well, the cat is finally out of the bag as he makes it known to the world how he makes his millions that affords him to live a rich lifestyle that befits an African King.
The rapper who started the idea of filling up stadiums in Africa which has since been followed by fellow African artistes like Jose Chameleone, Harmonize, Diamond Platnumz, Riky Rick, AKA, Nasty C, A-Reece among others has finally revealed that his main source of income is music.
According to Cassper Nyovest, his main source of income is his music which he owns 100% and thanks to royalties he has been getting for years, he has been able to live comfortably for years and for more years to come.
“I own my music so I still get a big chunk from just selling music…” he said in part.
However, he stressed that the major source of earning big bags is through live performances, endorsements and working with the Corporate world which he already working with at the moment.
“… but the big coins are in corporate brands and live shows…” he continued.
Cassper Nyovest is currently working with Ciroc Vodka and he is the face brand ambassador for Samsung South Africa which has seen him ditch his iPhone to Samsung.
For all this to happen, Cassper Nyovest has made it clear that your brand needs to be clean at every time, since being hard and hood and behaving live a hooligan in the rap game doesn’t pay the bills at the end of the day.
“That’s why it is important to keep your brand clean. Don’t behave like a hooligan. Street cred doesn’t pay bills.” he added.
Cassper Nyovest revealed this after he was asked by his fan via Twitter.
I own my music so i still get a big chunk from just selling music but the big coins are in corporate brands and live shows. That’s why it is important to keep your brand clean. Don’t behave like a hooligan. Street cred don’t pay bills. https://t.co/3ydrMVNLaE
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) January 7, 2020