Nasty C and Prince Kaybee get the nod at MTV European Music Awards

Nasty C and Prince Kaybee get the nod at MTV European Music Awards

- Nasty C and Prince Kaybee have been nominated for an award at the MTV European Music Awards

- They will compete against four other musos for the Best African Act title

- The MTV European Music Awards will take place in Seville, Spain on 3 November

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Two of Mzansi’ musos, Nasty C and Prince Kaybee, have been nominated for the Best African Act at the MTV European Music Awards.

Just weeks after being nominated for BET Hip Hop awards, Nasty C has also scooped an MTV European Music Awards nomination. The SA muso is on fire.

Nasty C and Prince Kaybee are also up against Teni, Toofan, Harmonize and Burna Boy.

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According to TshisaLIVE, Nasty C was overjoyed about the news of his nomination and retweeted congratulatory messages from his followers.

The MTV European Music Awards will take place in Seville, Spain on 3 November, however voting in the category is now open.

Singer, Ariana Grande, leads the nominations list with 7 nods ahead of Shawn Mendes, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X with six nods each. Lizzo and Taylor Swift both received four nominations.

Nasty C’s nomination for the BET Hip-Hop Awards in the category Best Flow is a new category which honours artists from around the world who have the best lyrics and delivery. The award ceremony takes place this Saturday, 5 October.

Nasty C is competing against Sarkodie, Falz Tory Lanez, Ghetts, Little Simz and French rapper, Kalash.

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Meanwhile, five days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that once again, Nasty C had made his fans super happy. He released a little teaser of his new track God Flow earlier and it was a huge hit. Then he asked his fans if he should drop the track this week (near the end of September) and the resounding response was "Yes please!".

Keeping true to his word, the rapper dropped God Flow on 27 September and his fans nearly went completely mad with joy.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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