- Nasty C has surprised his fans with his first international mixtape titled Zulu
- The mixtape, with international mixtape master, DJ Whoo Kid, dropped at midnight and it's free to download on online music streaming platforms
- It has 11 banging tracks including the song he recently dropped with US rapper T.I titled They Don't
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Nasty C has just proved to Mzansi hip-hop heads that he is now an international muso.
The rapper has dropped a surprise mixtape titled Zulu with DJ Whoo Kid, who is a US DJ. Since the musos dropped the free-to-download project at midnight, the #NastyCZuluMixtape has been trending on Twitter.
The mixtape has 11 banging tracks including They Don't featuring U.S rapper T.I. It took only 20 minutes for the project to get 2.55 million plays.
The There They Go hitmaker's fans have taken to social media to praise him for dropping hits on the new project.
"Nasty C is making hits while your favourite rapper is making babies."
@XMAN_FRESH was throwing shade at rapper Cassper Nyovest who has announced that he is going to be a father for the first time.
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"#NastyCZuluMixtape just dropped 20 minutes ago and we just clocked 2,55M plays."
"While y'all were busy sleeping last night, some of us are vibing to the hottest mixtape in the streets. #NastyCZuluMixtape is out now."
"I don’t know another type of hip-hop you guys want in Mzansi! On my side Nasty C is the king of hip-hop in SA. This is a hit!"
"We Want Zulu Man With Some Power, not #NastyCZuluMixtape."
Nasty C, who recently signed to Def Jam, explained on the micro-blogging app that his album Zulu Man With Some Power is still on the way.
Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C recently put his hand up when a social media user asked who was ready to battle heavyweight rapper Drake. Nasty believes he could definitely take on the Hotline Bling hitmaker. The boy is feeling himself .
The star also made his acting debut this year on Netflix's second original African series, Blood & Water. The drama premiered on 20 May.
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