Nasty C Performs with American rapper T.I on popular US show

Nasty C Performs with American rapper T.I on popular US show

- Nasty C keeps raising the South African flag very high with his international collaborations

- The There They Go hitmaker recently performed his track titled They Don't featuring US rapper, T.I, on hit US show, Late Night with Seth Meyers

- The song, which touches on discrimination and police brutality, has been well-received in the States

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Nasty C has not let the Covid-19 pandemic slow down his dream of becoming an internationally-recognised rap artist.

The star has been busy in studio preparing to release his much-anticipated album titled Zulu Man With Some Power.

Nasty has also been collaborating with international superstars such as T.I and DJ Whoo Kid. The There They Go hitmaker recently surprised his fans with a dope mixtape titled Zulu featuring DJ Whoo Kid.

He has also released a song titled They Don't with his idol, T.I. Both T.I and Nasty C recently performed the song on hit US talk and news show, Late Night with Seth Meyers.

The song, which Seth described as "powerful", touches on discrimination and police brutality.

Nasty C Performs with American Rapper T.I on Popular Us Show

Nasty C performed with American rapper T.I on a popular US TV show.
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When the song was released a few weeks ago, it sat comfortable at number one on the top five most-streamed new songs on Audiomack.

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Briefly.co.za has reported that T.I has explained how he met Nasty C. He explained on his show named ExpediTIously how he came to know the Mzansi rapper and how they eventually ended up doing a track together.

The Whatever You Like hitmaker said he heard Nasty's music whilehe 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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Source: Briefly.co.za

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