Glam Africa’s latest issue primarily focuses on one of the most promising African stars for this July Issue which is titled ‘Africa’ Rising. On the cover is  South Africa’s biggest hip-hop artist Cassper Nyovest, whose tunes are consumed by many music lovers across the world.

Being the among the vast array of musicians on the continent with consistent glory on the scene, nominated for the Black Entertainment Television Awards, building his own record label (Family Tree Records), and launching a career in fashion also. However, Cassper’s accomplishments don’t just end there, his ability to single-handedly fill various stadiums in South Africa appear to be a regular highlight of his journey.

He exposed this and many achievements like being the hottest rapper in South Africa and nursing a whole new music culture in the country during our one-on-one chat with him plus his dream of working with Kanye West, Beyonce and also spreading his wings on the continent by doing more collaboration with the likes of Wizkid, Davido and more which can be found in the latest edition.

For a musician and entrepreneur, Cassper also harbours the zeal of dominating the international scene, hence his planned show in September in London as a precursor for penetrating the European market and being visible. It’s packed edition filled with intriguing revelations by a game changer and HERO of hip-hop in South Africa.

Glam Africa Magazine is a quarterly lifestyle publication that showcases African excellence with a worldwide readership of 1.5 million and distributed in the UK, Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa. The publication is available digitally and in stores.

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THIS ARTICLE WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN THE BRAND NEW YOU ISSUE OF GLAM AFRICA MAGAZINE.


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