- Nasty C revealed a few months ago that he had collaborated with US rapper T.I on a song that will be featured in his 2020 album
- The There They Go hitmaker will again get a chance to share the same platform with his role model on 2 - 5 June
- Nasty C and T.I will be keynote speakers at this year's Midem Digital Edition event
Nasty C's dreams just keeping coming true.
The rapper has been pulling major moves in the hip-hop scene in Mzansi and is currently enjoying the recognition he is getting internationally.
The There They Go hitmaker has been touring outside the country and has even scored himself invites to epic parties by top US rappers and hip-hop execs.
He has recently signed a huge deal with Def Jam Recordings and his latest songs are currently on high rotation on TV and radio stations.
The star has now been announced as one of the keynote speakers at this year's Digital Edition of the Midem event on 2 - 5 June.
Midem is a leading international event for the global music community. It is dedicated to helping the music industry and its partners develop business and creativity by bringing together all the key players of the ecosystem.
Midem tweeted that this year's event will feature an exclusive keynote conversation with "global hip-hop icons rapper T.I and Nasty C".
"They will talk about their creative relationship and how it's an illustrative example of hip-hop's global nature today."
Nasty C could not hold his excitement when he retweeted Midem's tweet.
"Dreams do come true," he commented.
Nasty C's excited fans also congratulated him.
"Lol ntwana congratulations!!! I recall your conversation on Sway in which you said T.I influenced you, and that his 'KING' album was your favourite, so I know how you feeling right now."
"Coolest kid in Afrika, big ups bro. Indeed hard work pays off. Just stay humble bro."
"You deserve all the good tings coming your way - you are gifted."
"@Nasty_CSA is a certified global hip hop icon. Siyabonga (thanks) Nasty."
Briefly.co.za recently reported that the rapper has promised to stay authentic despite signing with Def Jam Records. He also urged up and coming rappers to believe in themselves like he did.
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