- Nasty C has dropped the track list for his highly-anticipated album Zulu Man With Some Power
- The rapper has a few international features and fans are super excited to hear them
- He had previously released a song with American rapper TI and it seems the pair recorded another one
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Nasty C is doing major promo for his album, Zulu Man With Some Power. The rapper recently released the album track list on social media and fans could not be more excited.
From the looks of it, Nasty C has collaborated with some of Mzansi's finest. He collaborated again with Rowlene and the pair are known to make magic.
One of the collaborations that stood out was another song with US artists Ari Lennox and TI.
The Mzansi rapper had previously released a song with the American rapper titled They Don't. The pair obviously enjoyed working with each other as there is another song with TI on the album tracklist. The track is titled All In.
He also has a song with Ari Lennox. Ari is the first woman to be signed to J. Col'es record label, Dreamville Records. She released her first EP on the label on 21 October 2016.
Social media users were excited to see him dropping hints that the album is coming soon. Instagram user boy_with_clout said:
"Waiting on that Ari feature"
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Meanwhile, AKA has bagged a SAMA for his Jika music video and he couldn't be happier.
The rapper celebrated by posting a video of his reaction on social media. He also thanked his fans for voting for the song. The rapper's hit song Jika featuring Yanga Chief scooped the #SAMA26 Music Video of the Year. Yanga Chief recently won this year’s SAMA for Hip Hop Album of the Year.
The music video category was a heavily-contested one as AKA was up against Prince Kaybee, who had two nominations.
AKA had previously thrown shade at the selection of nominees. The Fela In Versace hitmaker felt too many music videos were nominated in the category.
Briefly.co.za gathered that 20 Mzansi music videos were competing against each other in the category in order to win the prestigious award voted for by the public.
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