- Nasty C and A-Reece are preparing to drop their much-anticipated albums this month
- The two rappers' loyal fans have already started speculating who will drop the dopest album between the two stars
- Nasty C is expected to drop Zulu Man With Some Power while Reece is expected to drop Paradise 2
Nasty C and A-Reece's are very competitive artists and their loyal fans love to compare the two young SA rappers. They love pitting the two stars against each other.
A-Reece recently hinted that he could be dropping his much-anticipated album, Paradise 2, this month. Shortly after Reece dropped the hint, Nasty C started trending.
The There They Go hitmaker's record label Def Jam Africa announced today, 7 August that he will be dropping his album Zulu Man With Some Power soon. Nasty made the announcement on Thursday, 6 August.
Tweeps have shared mixed reactions to both the star's announcements. Below are some of their reactions.
"A Reece issa threat to this guy and the whole Def Jam, what a dopest boy to ever come in the world."
"So since Nasty C has decided to drop his album this month after A-Reece announced his too... Does that mean AKA will drop his album the same day with Cassper Nyovest?"
"Nasty C: I ain't dropping the album anytime soon. Reece: *drops the trailer of Paradise 2* Nasty C: You know what, I'm dropping the album this month."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that 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 rapper 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.
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