Nasty C drops behind-the-scenes of There They Go music video

Nasty C drops behind-the-scenes of There They Go music video

- Nasty C dropped his There They Go music video and wowed fans once again

- Not only are the beats, lyrics and overall vibe of There They Go hella lit, the quality, location and effects of the music video are on point

- He recently dropped a behind-the-scenes snippit, showing peeps what goes into making a lit music video

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Nasty C has done it again! The man has produced pure musical excellence with his new lit track, There They Go.

There is no denying Nasty C is one of, if not the top hip-hop artist in Mzansi – the things this young man is doing are next level.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Nasty C did not only drop the music video for There They Go but he also dropped a behind-the-scenes video too.

The 23-year-old rapper has raised the bar so high most people can’t even see it. There They Go is just another masterpiece that Nasty C has created.

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Not only are the beats, lyrics and overall vibe of There They Go hella lit, the quality, location and effects of the music video are on point!

Taking to social media, Nasty C announced that, aside from the top music video, he’s dropped some 'after-hours' footage too.

After seeing the video, you can understand just why Nasty C’s projects are dapper – the hustle that goes into his work is commendable.

The music video is utter perfection. Nothing less was expected from Nasty C though.

In other news, Nasty C is once again making his fans really happy with his latest musical endeavours.

The muso has been working hard lately and what he's been able to create certainly has his fans' approval.

Nasty shared on social media what he has been up to, dropping teasers of the collabs.

Being the goofy guy he is, he joked about working with Storm Hustle and told peeps to check out the 'garbage' that was recently dropped.

Thanks to Nasty and his dedication to making top-class music, self-isolation just got a little more bearable.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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