Johannesburg, 15 August 2023 — Calling on all HipHop music lovers in Africa! Prepare to be captivated as two of South Africa’s most iconic rappers, Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C come together for a remarkable musical journey that will redefine the African music culture. In celebrating 50 years of Hip Hop, these African superstars will be taking on the biggest venues on the continent in what promises to be a riveting tour.
This groundbreaking tour titled African Throne is guaranteed to break boundaries and go beyond borders. Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C will undoubtedly bring their unmatched musical skills and lyricism.
Fans can expect electrifying performances that only these two musical geniuses can deliver. With this tour, we celebrate the evolution of their music careers, this tour encapsulates their journeys in the music industry through a well thought-out setlist that resonates with their fans in the African continent.
“The African Throne world tour is a celebration of our shared African identity,” Cassper shared. “We’re bringing our distinct flavours and experiences to the stage, creating an unforgettable experience that unites and uplifts Africa as a whole.”
“The tour is also an embodiment of unity, showcasing the power of collaboration.” Nasty C emphasised, “Our aim is to not only to entertain but to inspire a new generation of artists to collaborate, innovate, and push the boundaries of what African artists can achieve together.”
The African Throne is a testament to what happens when Africa pours into itself and builds itself and its people. It’s an invitation to join in the celebration of artistry, culture, and unity.
Tour dates and countries have been announced! Visit African Throne on all social media platforms for more information.
Below are the confirmed tour dates:
Please kindly see below detailed dates and countries for the African Throne Tour as promised in our previous meeting :
1st September – Swaziland
2nd September – Kenya
7th September – Mozambique
8th September – Botswana
9th September – Malawi
10 September – Zambia
15 – 16 September – Nigeria
23rd September – Rwanda
24th September – South Africa, Cape Town
30th September – South Africa, Durban
28th October – South Africa, Johannesburg