Nasty C positive that Covid-19 won't kill his vibes: Working around it

Nasty C positive that Covid-19 won't kill his vibes: Working around it

- Rapper Nasty C was set to promote his music internationally this year before circumstances changed

- Due to Covid-19, his plans have been put on hold, but this is not likely to keep him down forever

- The star says his international performances have been pushed back due to the coronavirus outbreak across the world

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Rapper Nasty C had reportedly planned to promote his music on a global scale in 2020.

However, the plans are on hold because of the Covid-19 pandemic that has seen most major and minor events postponed or cancelled.

The Juice Back hitmaker told TshisaLIVE that as much as his plans are on hold, he has plenty more up his sleeve.

"It obviously delayed a lot of things, including performances around the world once my single dropped. A lot of those trips have been pushed back and it's a bummer but we are working around it. I mean, I was supposed to go to Japan for the Olympics, we did something with Coca-Cola for that but yeah that's on hold."

He continued:

"On the bright side though, I have gotten more time to work on my music. I've been working on more music, tons of music, like maybe music for four more albums. Also, just before the lockdown, I bought a lot of equipment for shooting and I aim to shoot and share performances. This has given me an opportunity to be a bit more creative about my performances and I know my fans will love it. We still gonna do amazing things."

He said his new Def Jam deal was a long time coming.

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The star said every time he was overseas he made it a point to create significant relationships and along the line, the Def Jam relationship gave birth to their partnership.

Briefly.co.za earlier reported on Nasty C's big deal with Def Jam Records. Not only does the young rapper join a super-admired US label, but he is also the first South African rapper to be contracted to one.

He has been teasing his fans with info about collabs with US stars and his fans are beyond proud of him.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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