T.I shares how he met Nasty C, reveals they'll make more music

T.I shares how he met Nasty C, reveals they'll make more music

- T.I has explained on his show how he met Mzansi rapper, Nasty C

- The two musos have released a dope track together titled They Don't

- T.I said he heard Nasty C's music while he was here in Mzansi to shoot a movie and that Nasty reminded him of himself

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US rapper T.I has explained how he met Mzansi rap star Nasty C. The two musos have released a banging track together titled They Don't.

T.I explained on his show named ExpediTIously how he came to know the There They Go hitmaker and how they eventually ended up doing a track together.

The Whatever You Like hitmaker said he heard Nasty's music whilst he was here in Mzansi to shoot a movie.

T.I said 'The Zulu Man With Some Power' reminded him of himself.

"We kept hearing his music, we kept hearing his name. Didn’t know much about him, hadn’t heard about him. I started wondering… this kid is dope! He reminds me of me a lil bit, why haven’t I heard anything about him? Not knowing anything about his story, not knowing anything about how he began in music."

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T.I said they had been exchanging direct messages on social media and texts. Nasty then sent the Atlanta superstar a track and he jumped on it.

"I just reached out to him and told him I thought his music was dope. We’ve been exchanging DMs and texts. He sent me a record and of course I hopped on it. We made more plans to do more music in the future."

Briefly.co.za has reported that Nasty C, who signed to Def Jam this year, had most streamed song on international online music platform Audiomack. The new song with T.I has been well received here in Mzansi and internationally. The song was at number one on the top five most-streamed new songs on Audiomack a few days ago.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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