Nasty C makes major moves, soon to drop track with rapper T.I

Nasty C makes major moves, soon to drop track with rapper T.I

- Nasty C is ready to release the much-anticipated track he worked on with US rapper T.I

- The There They Go hitmaker took to Twitter to announce that he will be dropping the song titled They Don't soon

- The song will be part of his soon-to-be released album Zulu Man With Some Power

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Nasty C has taken to social media to announce that he will soon be releasing the much-anticipated track he made with US superstar T.I.

The There They Go hitmaker has even revealed the title of the song. It is called They Don't.

The rapper has been pulling major moves in the Mzansi hip-hop scene and internationally. He has collaborated with the likes of French Montana and A$AP Ferg before.

The star recently signed to Def Jam and he is currently working on releasing his new album titled Zulu Man With Some Power.

Nasty wrote on Twitter:

"Got a really special song with @Tip coming very soon. A little something to help heal."

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Nasty's fans were really excited about his good news.

@RabzZone662003 commented:

"Can't wait for the song. Now you're working with your idols. You're truly an inspiration dawg'oo."

@blkniga_ wrote:

"Bro, this is so huge! Imagine doing a song with your music idol, congratulations."

@raaaaaaaaaps added:

"Nasty making major moves bruh."

Briefly.co.za reported when Nasty confirmed their collaboration. He posted a clip of T.I telling the world he’s collaborated with Nasty C.

Nasty C recently put his hand up when a social media user asked if who was ready to battle Canadian heavyweight rapper Drake. Nasty believes he could definitely take on the Hotline Bling hitmaker. The 'Zulu Man With Some Power' is feeling himself and why not?

Mzansi Twitter believes that Nasty C is the best rapper in the country.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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