"Mufasa" had a dream, and boy did he make sure he achieved it.
After he broke into the music scene he stole the hearts of many hiphop fans which led to his first fill up concert at The Dome, where 20,000 people attended in 2015.
He then moved on to fill up Orlando Stadium and now he did the unbelievable by attracting 68,000 people to his #FillUpFNB concert on Saturday night.
Halala Mufasa, Halala!
Technically, he did not fill the stadium to capacity but he is the first South African hip hop artist to draw such an enormous crowd at a concert.
The performances were spectacular!
Fans took to social media to congratulate the star.
Relentless! While we still looking up and retweeting #FillUpFNBStadium@CassperNyovest is moving on to Moses Madiba Stadium...and y'all thought he was done! I'm inspired. You don't let even current SUCCESS be an enemy of your next progress! I salute you bro! https://t.co/UGV4P4FMtf— Charles Machingura (@Qhubindaba) December 3, 2017
Police Minister Filkile Mbalula and Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa congratulated the hitmaker.
@CassperNyovest congratulations for being a consistent inspiration for many young people and the Old in our country.— RSA Minister of Police (@MbalulaFikile) December 3, 2017
You continue to dream limitlessly and you continue to achieve greatly and that makes you our national treasure.
CONTINUE TO INSPIRE pic.twitter.com/7Jf0pQDtEo
On behalf of @ArtsCultureSA I wish you all the best as you make your mark and start a new chapter in South Africa's music history tonight. You continue to inspire future generations of African musicians to be limitless in their pursuit of excellence. #FillingUpFNBStadiumhttps://t.co/TyQTTaHs30— Min. Nathi Mthethwa (@NathiMthethwaSA) December 2, 2017
House DJ Sbu told DRUM he is beyond proud of Cassper.
"I'm not even proud of Cassper. I'm proud of his mom, his dad, his family, HHP, I'm proud of Mafikeng and all who contributed to his success. Refiloe Cassper has been an amazing tool that has made this generation believe that they can," he said.