AKA And Cassper Offered R1 Million To Do A Collaboration.


-Popular Music Executive, Nota Baloyi claims to have offered top South African rappers AKA and Cassper R1 million to collaborate but they rejected.

Under normal circumstances one would think money makes everything possible in our present days.

If that is the case AKA and Cassper would jump at the opportunity to collaborate and squash their long time beef when a million is laid on the table.

However, it seems not too surprising as both rappers absolutely do not get a long and possess a lot of assets.

Their beef has been dragged on for a very long time and people even started to think they are doing it for show and that it probably makes sense money wise.

Not even a million could cause them to let go of their brawls. Nota Baloyi thought he would be the one to make them put their beef aside and make a fire joint album.

He then said since he got turned down, he asked his followers to suggest other artists who could collaborate but the catch is, those artists should have beef.

I offered AKA and Cassper a million rand each to do a joint album… I still have that money on the table. Who does it make business sense for me to offer the same deal to?” He wrote.

Many made good suggestions such as Kwesta and Makwa, A-Reece and Emtee, Kwesta and K.O and many others outside Hip/Hop and that is Prince Kaybee and DJ Maphorisa or Black Coffee.

When Cassper was once asked in an interview with Somizi whether he would be open to doing an album with AKA in the next 20 years, he responded that, it will never happen but he wants to knock him out in the boxing ring.

Nah that is never gonna happen, when it comes to AKA I know him, he was my friend. Me and him could never be buddies and if I cant gel with you from that level then I can’t make music with you, I see myself getting in the ring and knocking him out” He replied.

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