- Nasty C did a surprise single drop on the same day that Cassper dropped his new single with Zola 7
- In this track, Nasty C raps in his native isiZulu language for the first time since his career hit the big-time
- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions about the track but the majority of listeners were impressed
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Nasty C has taken to social media to drop his first vernac song since blowing up. The short track titled Zulu Man is trending online as his fans digest his new sound.
Friday seems to be the perfect day to release music in Mzansi. Nasty C had his fans super excited when he dropped his new song from his upcoming album, Zulu Man With Some Power.
The song sees the Durban-born rapper dropping bars in his native Zulu language.
Social media users had mixed reactions to the joint. Twitter user Cellular_ZA said:
"Thank you for blessing us bafanas."
"It's Mufasa Vs Zulu Man with some Power Friday."
"Bruh just listened to it va Spotify damn Nasty you did the thingz that couldn't be done to the pots. FAKA the album alright!!!"
"Can we all support this guy's new album like crazy, HE IS THE BEST, creativity everything is on point."
"I never imagined you rapping in Zulu."
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Meanwhile, Cassper Nyovest also dropped his . Cassper Nyovest and Zola 7 just smacked Mzansi with a new track to kick off the weekend feels. Fans cannot believe the litness that these two musical magicians have created.
The next couple of months leading up to the festive season will see many new tracks dropping with each of them hoping to be the track that fuels the Dezemba feels. The coronavirus might have had us feeling some type of way but nothing will stop the people of Mzansi from getting festive.
Briefly.co.za has seen the buzz Cassper and Zola 7’s new track Bonginkosi has caused. The track is being shared all over social media and peeps just cannot get enough of it.
"Bonginkosi" means to thank the Lord/God, and best believe this track has made the people rejoice. There was really no better time to drop a number like this than on the first Friday of Level 2.
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