- Nasty C feels there are many booming genres of music in South Africa, however, nothing ever comes close to gospel
- While Amampiano is booming, Nasty C has no doubt that gospel music is and forever will be king in Mzansi
- Nasty C is not a gospel fan himself but he did listen to it growing up as his parents loved the genre
Nasty C feels that while Amapiano is dominating South African hip-hop, gospel music is still the most sold, listened to and supported genre in Mzansi. Speaking on his beliefs regarding the SA music scene, Nasty C spat some truth when he labelled gospel music king of the scene.
“Gospel goes crazy in SA, I feel like gospel makes the most money in South Africa also, which is crazy but yeah…”
While Nasty C admits gospel is the biggest genre in Mzansi, he is not the biggest fan. Nasty C listened to gospel when he was younger only because his parents did, but it is not a genre he has in his collection now.
Briefly News previously reported that Nasty C met the legendary US rapper 50 Cent a while back. In an interview, Nasty C shared his experience with fans, saying what an absolute honour it was.
Speaking to Bryson 'Boom' Paul on 50 Cent’s talk show, This Is 50, Nasty C explained how he had met 50 Cent back in 2018 and how he got given a copy of his book, 50th Law.
Nasty C said that 50 Cent did not give him any advice regarding his career, even though he spoke for over an hour. Nasty C just listened to a bunch of 50 Cent’s stories and found him rather amusing.
“I won’t lie he didn’t give me no advice really like personally, he was just telling a bunch of stories, that man is funny as hell bro, like we just talking for like a whole hour.”
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Source: Briefly News