Nasty C wants to change the world and is starting at home

Nasty C wants to change the world and is starting at home

Nasty C has enjoyed a very successful year, but the boy is remaining humble. He knows where he comes from and wouldn't likely forget. The rapper wants to inspire and change the world but will start at home - KZN.

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If you look back at the South African music scene in 2018, you'll see that young and ambitious rapper, Nasty C, was dominating.

He took home the Album of the Year award at the 2018 SA Hip Hop Awards and became the most streamed South African artist on Spotify, as reported on by

There is no doubt that Nasty is talented and one of the most popular musicians in Mzansi.

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The young man wants to change the world, and he plans to start in his hometown, Durban.

With his record label, Tall Racks Records, Nasty wants to give the youth from Durban a chance to shine.

I always wanted to build a platform for myself and for other artists around me, because where we come from there's no easy access. Like resources for dreams such as ours. Like record labels or people to help you get you songs on radio and such.

Nasty also wants to be an inspiration to Mzansi's youth.

We don't have a close source of inspiration to show us it's possible. That's why I make it a point to always go back home. I go to Durban to make sure that they see me. Right there living with them. A person who is like them, normal... so they can see that it’s just a matter of time and hard works that makes us different but we all able. They see me so much that they see themselves in me.

No wonder this young rapper is so adored by his fans. He tries to 'keep it real' as much as possible.

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