Nasty C opens up about future plans for his growing music career

Nasty C opens up about future plans for his growing music career

- SA hip hop mega star, Nasty C, has opened up about what he aims to achieve in his music career

- The star said his long term goal is to change the way people think

- Nasty said he wants to become a legend of the hip hop game

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Nasty C has said that his aim is to become a legend in the Mzansi hip hop game.

The star revealed this in a recent interview with Forbes Africa.

Nasty said his aim is to continue to make history as an internationally recognised SA rapper.

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Nasty said, “I hope to change that whole stereotype and just show them that we have a lot of depth and different flavors, and there are a lot of things we can teach outsiders that they don’t really know about. Hopefully, by exposing more African artists and if I can open the gates and have hundreds of artists follow after me, I feel we can bridge that gap. They will see Africa in a different light.”

While on lockdown in Johannesburg, the rapper has been building his online presence.

He said, “I have had to focus on the digital side of things, and also be able to go live on YouTube and connect with fans; give them a taste of music that’s still to come.”

Ten years from now, the young rapper hopes to be seen as an artist for generations.

He explained, "I hope to be a legend, I don’t want it to be about how rich I am or how my music career is, as long as I have changed the way my people think…”

Producer Tweezy believes Nasty is guaranteed to bring Mzansi a Grammy in the near future..

He recently tweeted, "Nasty C will bring a Grammy to South Ah. It's only a matter of time."

Nasty also recently branched out into acting.

Last month, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C had a role in the super-successful Netflix SA series,

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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