- South African rapper Nasty C released a new track this Friday, 4 June titled Best I Ever Had and his fans love it
- The young musician, who is now based in the USA, is trending on social media as fans share their thoughts on the new track
- Nasty C dropped the link to Best I Ever Had just after midnight and his stans have shared that they've been bumping it since then
Nasty C is trending on social media after he dropped a new song on Friday morning, 4 June. The rapper, who now lives in the US, surprised his fans with the track, titled Best I Ever Had.
The young musician's fans have flooded his comment section to share their thoughts on their fave's new release. As usual, the star's stans have expressed that the track is a banger.
Boss moves: Young man saves NSFAS money to start own business, Mzansi showers the entrepreneur with praise
The talented lyricist's followers have been streaming the song since Nasty C dropped its link on his official social media platforms just after midnight.
Briefly News compiled some of the star's fans' reactions, check them out below:
"Can't believe I really had to set an alarm clock for this banger. Fresh and clean grootman."
"My girl woke up to listen to this banger."
"IVYSON NEVER MADE A BAD SONG. Goated that one."
"He doesn't miss."
'There They Go' lyrics meaning
In related news, Briefly News reported that Nasty C is a lyricist in his own right and recently opened up about the deeper meaning behind one of his signature lines. In the song There They Go, Nasty C says that he signs deals but he still owns his own soul. When asked to elaborate, this is what the rapper said about it:
"It just means I sign deals, I make good business deals but I don't let it change me or the person that I am or the way that I work. I don't get too carried away. A lot of people sign and they change completely and start to get out of touch with their core fan base."
Towards the end of the interview, the rapper said that he's got some new music lined up but doesn't want to give away too many details.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!