“I think I wanna do The Dome Again when things open #FillUpTheDome,” tweeted Cassper.
I think I wanna do The Dome Again when things open. #FillUpTheDome .
— Don Billiato (@casspernyovest) April 24, 2021
The award-winning rapper has hosted several successful FillUp events. In 2015, he become the first local artist to sell out the Ticketpro Dome.
“So much history was made last night! So much peace was in the building! It’s bigger than me!” he wrote.
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The following year, he filled up Orlando Stadium, which has a 40,000 capacity. For both 2015 and 2016, He was ranked number 1 on MTV Base: SA’s Hottest MCs list.
— Don Billiato (@casspernyovest) October 29, 2016
In 2017, Cassper made history again, he became the first South African hip-hop artist to host a concert at FNB stadium. Even though he did not fill up the stadium, the concert was still a success. He managed to sell about 68 000 tickets of his 75 000 target. One of the issues that Cassper highlighted was that he was struggling to find sponsorship. However, Standard Bank came through for him.
— Qaba Mgazi (@presidentqaba) December 3, 2017
In December 2018, he held another Fill-Up event in Durban at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
“Please share a lil prayer with me when you see this. I pray for safe roads for everyone traveling to #FillupMosesMabhida & back. I pray the weather is on our side. I pray for a spiritual night where dreams will be ignited and inspiration will flow!!!! In Jesus’ name, I pray. AMEN!,” he tweeted.
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The following day of #FillupMosesMabhida, he performed at the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 headlined by international superstars Beyoncé and Jay-Z. The same year he had released his fourth album titled Sweet and Short. The album was certified platinum on its day of release.
Still on the hip-hop news, A-Reece’s fans were disappointed to learn that he will no longer perform at the club Mint in Johannesburg. The rapper was booked to perform on Friday, however, the event’s manager removed him from the line-up.
Taking to Instagram stories, the event manager said the reason why he took A-Reece of the line-up is because of the poor organization from A-Reece’s team.
He wrote: “Had to remove A-Reece because of the poor organization from his team nonetheless we rock with the god of trap! See you tomorrow for another sold-out show.”
However, A-Reece rubbished the claims saying that the event organizer could not meet his requirements.
“No, I’m removed because their team couldn’t meet the requirement. All that extra stuff is bs,” responded the rapper.
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Source – News365