- Nasty C has revealed that he is not feeling any pressure of high expectation on him from Mzansi and the rest of the world
- The young star is preparing to drop his much-anticipated album ZMWSP this coming Friday
- The star has been in and out of the country recording tracks that will feature on the upcoming album
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Nasty C is not feeling the pressure of being signed to an international record label. The Eazy hitmaker is currently busy preparing to drop one of his biggest projects thus far. He is expected to release the album titled Zulu Man With Some Power (ZMWSP) on 28 August.
The Durban-born rapper has been very busy in 2020. He has been recording new music and collaborating with international hip-hop artists and producers such as T.I, NO I.D and DJ Whoo Kid.
At just 23 years of age he has achieved what most Mzansi rappers who are older than him only dream about. However, it must be pointed out that remaining at the top comes with a lot of pressure. With the world and Mzansi watching his every move, Nasty C cannot afford to miss a step.
The young rapper told TshisaLIVE that he is not feeling the pressure of expectation on him.
"I don’t feel any pressure. I actually like it. I like that they say that [I am the next big thing], because that makes me feel good. Pressure is something they came up with, not me. I don’t feel any of it."
Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C recently dropped a song titled in which he delivers one of the verses entirely in isiZulu. He has explained how it came about.
"I was in LA for a month working with producer NO I.D. One random day, I decided to do a verse in Zulu. I think I started it out in Zulu and I just ran with it for the whole verse."
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKAonce again expressed how he feels about Nasty C. The Fela In Versace hitmaker has taken to social media to let peeps know that the There They Go hitmaker is a music genius.
Supa Mega, who considers himself the best rapper in South Africa, has never been afraid to express himself when it comes to the Def Jam signee. The star cannot believe how good of a rapper the young one is and he proudly posts about him whenever he gets a chance.
Mega recently tweeted that Nasty C makes him so emotional. The last time AKA tweeted about the 23-year-old rapper he admitted that Nasty C was a problem that needed to be stopped. At the time, six of Nasty's songs charted on Apple Music's local top 10 hip-hop songs.
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