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WATCH: Paradox’s Cassidy to release solo album

Cassidy Karon says he is ready to change the game with his 80s Mercedes solo debut album.

They have made life long great hits as a duo however there seems to come a time in life where one sees their capabilities alone and that time is now for artist Cassidy. Part of duo Paradox who have blessed us with hits including Jive Zaak, Cassidy took to his Instagram to announce the news of his new ventures alone. The artist says it was uncomfortable working on the project without Toufi, his music partner but he is ready to show the world what he can do.

“Toufi and I have been talking about solo drops in between Paradox and I am finally ready for that leap. I am ready to change the game, ” he said.


The album titled 80s Mercedes to be released under his name Cassidy Karon is due to be dropped in a months time and based on the comments from his fans, it could be too far away.

The artist who has been an activist against social ills and owner of award winning fashion line Concept says the project will be one to look forward to as he worked with the best in the game. We surely can’t wait for the debut release!



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