- Nasty C has dismissed the rumours that he rushed his album's release just because A-Reece is also dropping this month
- Nasty C and A-Reece are considered as rivals by their loyal fans in the Mzansi hip-hop industry
- The There They Go hitmaker said he didn't know that Reece had dropped a trailer for his upcoming project Paradise 2
Nasty C has denied that he pushed forward the release of his much-anticipated album, Zulu Man With Some Power, after his rival A-Reece hinted that he will drop his project this month.
When Nasty C and his record label Def Jam Recordings announced last week that he will also release his album this month, social media users accused them of rushing the project because A-Reece dropped a teaser for his own project.
The two rappers' loyal fans started speculating who will drop the dopest album between the two stars shortly after Nasty C's announcement.
Briefly.co.za reported when Nasty C trended after news broke that the two stars are set to release their highly-anticipated projects this month.
The There They Go hitmaker is set to release his album on 28 August. Reece is also preparing to drop Paradise 2 sometime this month.
Nasty C has revealed that he didn't even know that the Zimbali hitmaker had dropped the teaser. He told TshisaLIVE that he doesn't keep tabs on other artists.
"But I know social media is like that. They are bored at home at the moment and nothing is going on in their lives, so they just want to see something happen.
"They just want to be entertained, but I am not worried about that kind of stuff. Each to his own, say what you want, I don't care really."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA 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.
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