Refiloe Maele Phoolo is a rapper, songwriter, entrepreneur, and record producer from South Africa. Cassper Nyovest is a South African rapper who was born on December 16, 1990. He is regarded as one of South Africa’s most successful new generation artists. He runs the Family Tree Records record label. Nyovest was born to Muzuki and Letsebela Phoolo in Mafikeng, a borough in North West, South Africa. Tsholofelo, his sister, and Kotso, his late brother, are his siblings.

Cassper Nyovest Net Worth: $ 15 million

Cassper Nyovest Net Worth
Cassper Nyovest Net Worth

Refiloe Maele Phoolo is a rapper, songwriter, entrepreneur, and record producer from South Africa. Cassper Nyovest is a South African rapper who was born on December 16, 1990. He is regarded as one of South Africa’s most successful new generation artists. He runs the Family Tree Records record label. Nyovest was born to Muzuki and Letsebela Phoolo in Mafikeng, a borough in North West, South Africa. Tsholofelo, his sister, and Kotso, his late brother, are his siblings.

He went to So Plaatjie Secondary School and was well-known for his athletic abilities. He failed his Grade 10 exam in 2006, forcing him to move in with his grandparents in Potchefstroom. As a result, at the age of 16, he dropped out of high school.

Nyovest began rapping at the age of 12 and moved to Johannesburg in 2008 to pursue a career as a rapper and producer. He told his parents that rathe than playing it safe and regretting it later, he would rather pursue his ambition, which he believed would work out. Nyovest and his buddies founded the hip-hop group Childhood Gangsta when he was 13 years old. He later left to join another group named Slow Motion, which consisted of eight members, including Aashish Gangaram of Ganja Beatz, a record producer.
Shortly after dropping out of school, he joined with the Impact Sounds record company. Tuks Senganga and Morafe were also signed by the record company in 2006, however Nyovest’s relationship with Impact Sounds deteriorated due to artistic disputes. He left Impact Sounds and became self-employed after that.

He started his own record label after he had departed and returned home. Hip-hop Pantsula, a late rapper, spotted him while he was performing before creating his label. Nyovest was later featured on the rapper’s song “Wamo Tseba Mtho.” Nyovest’s debut single, “Gusheshe,” featuring Okmalumkoolkat, was released in 2013. He started his own record company, Family Tree Records, a year later. His second single received excellent feedback from the general public as well as legends like Yvonne Chaka Chaka. Doc Shebeleza, a Kwaito performer, was the inspiration for the song “Doc Shebeleza.” Nyovest’s debut album, Tsholofelo, was released on July 18, 2014, and was titled after his sister. The album was a huge hit in South Africa, reaching number one on the iTunes album chart for two months in a row in July and August.

Nyovest also released a Platinum edition of Tsholofelo, which was a huge hit. Other artists such as Casey Veggies, DJ Drama, Wizkid, and Anatii collaborated on the new tunes. The Platinum edition, limited to 10,000 copies, was launched on April 17th, 2015. In 2015, he sold out his Fill Up The Dome performance, which took place at TicketPro in Johannesburg. Because of the event’s popularity, he decided to keep the prefix Fill Up, which led to numerous concerts in different stadiums each year. Orlando Stadium was built in 2016, FNB Stadium was built in 2017 (both in Johannesburg), while Moses Mabhida Stadium was built in Durban in 2018.

Cassper Nyovest Net Worth
Cassper Nyovest Net Worth

On August 14, 2015, Nyovest released Mama I Made It, a widely appreciated tune that was accompanied by the hashtag MIMI. It’s the lead single and one of Fill Up The Dome’s promotional songs. As he posted on his Twitter account on October 25, 2015, he was able to sell out his event. At the event, ticket buyers received a copy of Nyovest’s second album, Refiloe. As a result of this action, the album was certified Platinum for domestic shipments exceeding 40,000 copies. Nyovest released the lead single Tito Mbweni for his third album, Thuto, on March 4th, 2017. The song is titled after Tito Mbweni, the South African Minister of Finance. The song was famous for the lyric “shaa shaa,” which is an onomatopoeia for the sound of a dollar bill. Thuto came out on May 5th, 2017.

Within a few weeks, the album was certified Platinum. The annual Fill Up concert was also held at the FNB stadium that year. Nyovest’s fourth studio album, Sweet and Short, was released in 2018. The record was declared Platinum on the day of release, and the annual Fill Up’, which took place at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on December 1, 2018, was held as usual. Cassper Nyovest played the next day at the Motsepe Foundation’s Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100, which was headlined by hip-hop pair Beyonce and Jay Z.

Cassper has endorsement relationships with Ciroc Vodka, MTN, AG Mobile, Shoprite, Samsung, Coca-Cola, KFC, Castle Lite, and Nike, among others. Several local and international music accolades have been bestowed to him. MTV Base: South Africa’s MCs has named Nyovest number one twice, in 2015 and 2016. He was also named the number one rapper in Africa in the 2014 Hottest Rapper in Africa poll. At the second edition of the South African Hip Hop Accolades in 2013, he received four awards. He was nominated for the 12th Headies Award in Nigeria on the 13th of April.

In July 2015, Nyovest and actress Boitumelo Thulo were linked in a romantic connection. The couple revealed their relationship in the July issue of DRUM magazine. The couple then denied that the magazine used the headline to boost sales after they broke up in December 2015. In 2014, Nyovest was entangled in a feud with AKA, a long-time adversary. Nyovest said that his song Doc Shebeleza was the most popular song in South Africa. AKA disagreed with him, resulting in a Twitter feud between the two rappers. He owns two Bentleys and a sizable watch collection that includes a Presidential Rolex and other trinkets. Cassper’s estimated net worth is $3 million. He is one of South Africa’s wealthiest musicians.

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