With his success of selling out tickets for his concert, Fill Up The Dome (2015) which was held at Ticketpro Dome in Johannesburg. The success of the event pursued Nyovest with the affix “Fill Up” to instigate more concerts in different stadiums annually, including Orlando Stadium (2016) and FNB Stadium (2017), also both in Johannesburg, Moses Mabhida Stadium (2018) in Durban, and Royal Bafokeng Stadium (2019) in North West.
Nyovest released his eponymous studio album, Refiloe, released on 31 October 2015, at his Fill Up The Dome concert. The album collaborates with several artists including The Game, DJ Drama, Stonebwoy and Casey Veggies. He followed his success with his critically acclaimed third album Thuto (2018) and his kwaito-focused fourth studio album, Sweet and Short
This laid-back and gospel jam sees both Cassper and ZOLA sharing sentiments on how far they come, thanking the Lord for carrying them through it all.
The music directed by Jabu Nkosi depicts the mood of the song with clean and neat visuals showing both Cassper and ZOLA in all-white.
From the beginning of the song, you can tell this is ZOLA’s signature melody we all know, and Cassper came and did absolute justice to the track.
The track would have not been such a complete delivery without Alie Keys, who did his magic on the production.
The single will part of Cassper’s upcoming 5th studio album AMN (Any Minute Now) which released back in September.
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