- Nasty C has confirmed that producer No I.D. will no longer be featuring on his upcoming album, Zulu Man With Some Power
- Although Nasty did work with No I.D., the song that they worked on together has been cut out of the final album selection
- Nasty C recently excitedly revealed that Zulu Man With Some Power will be released this month
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Nasty C has shared that a song produced by No I.D. will no longer be featured on his album, Zulu Man With Some Power. No I.D. is a famed American producer who has worked with the likes of Jay Z.
Nasty does have other international collaborations on the album, including one with T.I. The song Nasty and T.I did together is called They Will and it has already been released.
Speaking to Okay Africa Publication, 23 year-old Nasty confirmed that he and No I.D. worked on a song which wasn’t selected for the album.
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Nasty revealed that No I.D. did contribute to the overall project and definitely unlocked a different sound in him. The rapper said No I.D.'s influence can be felt throughout Zulu Man With Some Power.
Nasty explained, “He unlocked something in me that other people were failing to get across to me, like, ‘Sound more African.’ He put it in the perfect words, and I understood it. And I implied it in my music. You’ll hear it. When you hear it, it’s crazy, it’s going to drive you nuts.”
Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported Nasty C had caused a wave of excitement in the Mzansi rap industry when he announced that his album was dropping this month.
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\In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Simphiwe Ngema has taken to social media to reveal that she is happily pregnant.
Her baby daddy is model and actor Tino Chinyani. The gorgeous actress has shared beautiful snaps of her baby bump on her Instagram account. The excited father-to-be also took to his socials and shared the good news with his followers too.
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