- Nasty C will not be dropping new music anytime soon due to the Covid-19 pandemic
- The rapper reportedly cited the unusual way he has to promote his music as one of the reasons he has decided not to release music anytime soon
- The 'Zulu Man With Some Power' said he "hates" doing interviews over the phone on platforms such as Instagram Live and Zoom
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Nasty C will not be dropping new music anytime soon due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The star's fans, who are eagerly waiting for him to release his much anticipated album titled Zulu Man With Some Power, will have to wait a little longer.
Nasty C reportedly cited the unusual way he has to promote the upcoming project as one of the reasons for pushing its release date back.
In the past few weeks, the star dropped his first international mixtape with DJ WhooKid and also collaborated on a smash song with Stogie T titled Dunno.
Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty surprised his fans with the mixtape titled .It has 11 banging tracks including the song he recently dropped with US rapper T.I titled They Don't.
SAHipHopMag reports that Nasty C said he hates doing interviews over the phone.
"I just have to f*cking go on Instagram LIVE ten times a week. I have to get on the f*cking Zoom sh*t. That sh*t seem fabricated and fake as f*ck. I don’t like Zoom app. I hate it, I hate doing interviews over the phone that sh*t sucks."
The rapper, however, made it clear that he'll continue making more music amid the pandemic, but without releasing it.
"So I’d rather lock myself up and work, keep making music. I don’t want to drop new music right now I’ma tell you the truth…the honest truth man."
In other music news, AKA has taken to social media to slam the South African government for abandoning entertainers. The rapper said that many of them are struggling during lockdown due to a lack of gigs and work.
The rapper said he is panicking because he is down to his last million. He called out veteran musicians for not speaking out on the issue.
When a tweep, @Rooney_SA, asked AKA if he was broke, he responded:
"Yah well, I’m down to my last million. So yeah I’m panicking."
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