- Nasty C has dropped his new hit in collaboration with TI
- The song has a clear message which addresses racial injustice
- The rapper has promised to donate proceeds from the song to the Unitil Freedom and Solidarity Fund
Nasty C has dropped a massive new hit in collaboration with TI. The song, 'They Don't' addresses racial injustices around the globe.
Twitter is buzzing with the news that Nasty C will be donating the proceeds from the hit to the Unitil Freedom and Solidarity Fund.
The song, produced by Gemini Major, opens with Nasty C, as he sings such poignant lyrics as, “They don’t want me to sleep, they don’t want me to dream/They don’t want to see my people livin’ good and at ease/They wanna lock ’em all up and then get rid of the keys/We ain’t never free.” According to UDiscoverMusic.
Here are some reactions from tweeps to the news:
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C recently put his hand up when a social media user asked if who was ready to battle Canadian heavyweight rapper Drake.
The 'Zulu Man With Some Power' is feeling himself and why not?
Nasty is up there with all of Mzansi's best-loved rappers.
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