- Nasty C is loving watching the tension between Mzansi rappers as they prepare to drop albums
- Cassper Nyovest and A-Reece both have albums dropping soon and it has turned into an unofficial battle
- Taking to social media to have his say, Nasty C amusingly commented on the fright these rappers are feeling
Nasty C is loving watching the tension between Mzansi rappers as a bunch of them prepare to drop brand new albums. The competition is hella real.
When it comes to rappers there is always going to be competition, especially when it comes to fans trying to show support to their favourite artists.
Briefly.co.za know that Nasty C has a right to weigh in when it comes to music. He might be young but there is no denying he is a musical genius.
Cassper Nyovest’s new album Any Minute Now is set to drop on Friday, 11 September, and A-Reece has not announced a released date for #Paradise2, only that he is busy working on it.
With these two rappers both preparing to drop what they feel are their best albums yet, tensions are running high and Nasty C can see it.
Nasty C has smashed many records and topped many charts but he knows what it is like to be releasing an album when you up against another lit artist – competition is tough.
Taking to social media to have his say, Nasty C amusingly commented on the fright these rappers are feeling. May the best man win, brothers.
Fans are waiting patiently for these albums to drop and will ultimately be the ones who settle this battle. Will it be Cassper or A-Reece that take the charts, we will just have to wait and find out.
“I know some niggas are nervous as hell en.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest and A-Reece both have albums dropping soon so fans decided to pit the two Mzansi artists against one another. Ayi, this comparison stuff can get nasty.
Both Cassper and A-Reece are about to drop albums which both groups of fans are beyond excited about – hit us with them already!
Knowing two lit albums are coming, Cassper and A-Reece fans decided to get into a little battle on social media, trying to justify why their favourite is better than the other.
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