Nasty C: Mzansi's young rapper spreads positive vibes for his fans

Nasty C: Mzansi's young rapper spreads positive vibes for his fans

- Mzansi rapper Nasty C has taken to social media to show some love to his following

- The Zulu Man with some Power took to Instagram to share positive vibes with Mzansi

- His message was well-received by social media users who let him know in the comments section of his post

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Nasty C has been doing really well for himself. After dropping his highly-anticipated album and getting world-wide attention, the rapper also announced a deal with Netflix.

The streaming service will be dropping a docu-series of the young rapper. Taking a breather from all the winning, the young muso took to social media to send a message of positivity out to his fans.

Nasty C has been on a winning streak and has left many of his fans inspired by his hard work. The rapper took to social media to send some positive vibes to his fans. He posted a rare pic of himself smiling along with a caption about positivity.

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Social media users appreciated that the kind gesture. Instagram user ashteekay_sa said:

"Sunday Spirit"

berrypopping said:

"Good vibes"
Nasty C: Mzansi's young rapper spreads positive vibes for his fans

Nasty C sent a positive message for his fans recently. Image: @nasty_csa/Instagram
Source: Instagram

ubongzar said:

"We receive them"

snlvsa said:

"Siyabonga (thank you)"

thatboyberi said:

"Much received"

Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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."

MajorLloyd25 said: "It's Mufasa Vs Zulu Man with some Power Friday."

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Nyoni77 said: "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!!!"

FutureBite said: "Can we all support this guy's new album like crazy, HE IS THE BEST, creativity everything is on point."

Advocate_LA_ said: "I never imagined you rapping in Zulu."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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