The rapper and Kwaito star teamed up with Nescafe and the two mega brands percolated a concept for one of the most aromatic TV ads to date (okay enough coffee puns!). This comes just over a month after Cassper debuted his first television commercial of 2019 when he joined forces with Samsung for a visually enticing piece.
We began the week knowing that Cassper had something up his sleeve when he teased that he was working on a new commercial that would be dropping this coming Monday. The Move For Me hitmaker wrote on his Twitter page:
"I know y'all loved the Samsung TV advert. I have partnered with another brand for another tv ad that looks into my personal life. Dooooooope ad!!! It drops tomorrow on tv!!! Which brand do you think it is?"
A number of tweeps tried their luck with a number of guesses but we didn't have to wait too long before Cassper went on to reveal that it was in fact Nescafe, the 80-year-old coffee brand, whose brand he would be endorsing next. On Monday morning the rapper shared the visuals to his latest ad on social media and his fans absolutely lost it.
The theme for this latest campaign is "Quality Connections" and you could absolutely tell that the rapper tapped into his network for this one by featuring some of the most influential figures in his life. Cassper gave his
Watch the inspirational ad below:
The timing of the ad couldn't have been better, either. This winter has been particularly cold and many of us could do with a steamy hot beverage to warm us up and it looks as if Cassper and Nescafe had the same idea.
The reaction to the rapper's latest commercial has been extremely positive as his fans have praised him for securing yet another big bag while also putting other on.
For those who are marvelling at Cassper being able to secure two massive ads in the space of a month, the rapper revealed that the secret to his brand-friendliness is his clean persona.
Back in May, shortly after his Samsung ad had dropped, he shared a word of advice with some of the young players in the game when he said:
"To up and coming artists tryna make a lot of money from the industry. Don't believe the twitter savage life, its a lie. A clean brand is most likely to get deals from brands than a hooligan. Bagged another TV advert and this one i really cant wait to shoot. BIG BAGS ONLY! BOSS"
It looks like his advice is working for himself, let's just hope others take heed!
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