- Mzansi rappers are feeling the pressure as Nasty C continues to dominate in the local hip-hop scene
- AKA recently took to Twitter to say the 23-year-old rapper needs to be stopped after six of his songs charted on Apple Music's local top 10 hip-hop songs
- The There They Go hitmaker has responded to AKA's compliment after dominating the local chart
Nasty C has reacted to AKA saying he needs to be stopped for dominating local hip-hop charts with his smash hits.
Supa Mega was reacting to the news that the 'Zulu Man With Some Power' has six tracks on Apple Music's top 10 SA songs. AKA said Nasty C was out of control, as a compliment, and needed to be stopped.
AKA, who had two songs on the chart, was actually encouraging SA artists to work even harder in order to knock some of the rapper's songs out of the top 10.
The There They Go hitmaker has reacted to the Fela In Versace's compliment. He reacted with a handshakes emoji implying that he was in agreement with AKA.
Briefly.co.za reported when Mega commented on Nasty C's success.
Nasty C's dominance in the local hip-hop scene has led to an international deal with Def Jam and a collaboration with US star T.I on the song They Don't. He has also released an international mixtape with DJ Whoo Kid.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that T.I now wants a Verzuz rap battle with hip-hop heavyweight Jay-Z. The About The Money hitmaker now wants to go hit for hit with the Dirt Off Your Shoulder hitmaker.
T.I recently took to social media to challenge 50 Cent to the same battle but since 50 has ignored the request, he has shared that 50 was not his original target.
Jay-Z has a very impressive catalogue with hits such as Excuse Me Miss, Hard Knock Life, 99 Problems and Hey Papi, among other hits. He is also one of the richest rappers alive.
T.I has also admitted that challenging Jay-Z is a far-fetched idea.
"Who can see [Jay Z] sitting down to do a battle? If I’m a billionaire, I’m not finna do that, either, but me and 50 ain't that far off."
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