- Nasty C has bagged a cool international gig with Coca Cola as he features in their official 2021 Tokyo Olympics song Colorful
- The Mzansi rapper shared that the song and its music video dropped on the same day on Monday, 19 July
- Social media users have congratulated the young musician for making major moves in the international music scene
Nasty C has bagged a cool international gig. The South African rapper features on the 2021 Tokyo Olympics track, Colorful.
The There They Go hitmaker took to social media recently to share his exciting collaboration with Coca Cola. The brand's official song dropped on Monday, 19 July.
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"Proud to announce I’ll be participating on TEAM Coca Cola’s official song 'Colorful'. Digital release on Monday, July 19th at AM12:00 and music video Out on Monday, July 19th at PM9:00."
Tweeps took to the Def Jam signee's comment section to congratulate him for making major moves in the international music scene. Check out some of the comments below:
"How do you manage to always make such major moves???"
"You're doing the most."
"Let's go Junior, keep making us proud."
"Congratulations, king. Fly the flag up high."
"The power just keeps amplifying."
Nasty C's 'Jack' music video hits 1 million views
In other music news, Briefly News reported that Nasty C is one humble celebrity who knows his blessings wouldn’t be possible without his fans. The music video for his lit track Jack just clocked one million views and Nasty C is overflowing with gratitude.
Taking to social media to announce the big news, Nasty C poured his heart out, thanking his people for making this possible.
“THANK U FOR A MILLION. GO RUN IT UP SOME MORE #Jack!!!!”
Fans knew that the music video would clock a million views in no time and they knew this because they would not stop until it happened. Taking to the comment section, fans let Nasty C know that he deserves this win and that they are here to make it happen any time he needs them.
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Source: Briefly News