- Nasty C has hit the big time and he flexed on social media uploading a photo of a huge billboard in New York City's Times Square
- The billboard features Nasty C advertising his music on Spotify, the popular music streaming platform
- His album dropped this week and it blew up with has fans going crazy for Zulu Man With Some Power.
Nasty C has hit the big time, his face was featured on a massive illuminated billboard in New York City's Time Square.
He shared a picture of the impressive advert on Instagram, his fans loved the post and celebrated the amazing milestone in his career.
The fact that Nasty C is being celebrated in the US is important as he in an ambassador of South African culture, specifically for his Zulu lyrics in his latest album Zulu Man With Some Power.
He captioned the post with:
"WE IN TIME-SQUARE MAMA!!!!!! TALL ASS BILLBOARD FOR THE IVYSON ARMY!!!!!! #ZuluManWithSomePower"
Fans flooded the post with comments:
"Well done Zulu man!!."
"❤️❤️ @nasty_csa We Made It Bro ."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C just dropped his new album and it has blown up! This is the album that the people of Mzansi have been waiting for and Nasty C released it just in time for the weekend.
There are a lot of new released happening and pending in the Mzansi music game but Nasty C’s Zulu Man With Some Power was definitely the one most have been waiting for. These drops are getting litter and litter.
Briefly.co.za has seen the utter pandemonium Nasty C’s drop has caused. #ZMWSP is trending on social media and the people just cannot believe the day has finally come.
In other news, Nasty C's fans have taken to social media to voice their anger after his album Zulu Man With Some Power got leaked before he dropped it on Friday, 28 August.
According to the rapper's fans, the much-anticipated album was leaked online by a notorious website before the star officially released it.
The hashtag #ZuluManWithSomePower has been trending on Twitter ever since the Durban-born artist dropped the hot project. While some fans have shared their excitement about the album finally dropping, some have called for the controversial website to be banned.
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