- Nasty C hyped his fans when he shared a snippet of his new song on social media recently
- Nasty C posted the clip of the dope track on his Instagram on Tuesday, 19 January
- Most of the rapper's fans asked him when he will drop the track, titled If You Wanna
Nasty C has taken to social media to share a snippet of an unreleased song. The star shared the preview of the track titled If You Wanna on Instagram on Tuesday, 19 January.
The There They Go hitmaker challenged his fans to dance to the track and share their videos on TikTok. In the short clip he posted, is a graphic of a cassette tape with the words, "Make a bad Bxxch Dance to this." The rapper captioned the post:
"Thanks in advance #IfYouWanna."
The musician dropped his last project in August 2020 when he released his album titled Zulu Man With Some Power. It seems the star has been using his time in lockdown to record new music.
Nasty C did not share when he will drop the new song. His fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the number. Check out some of their comments below:
"This song plays in my head rent free."
"Gotta drop this to remind them whose King."
"Zulu man with some power."
"When’s this dropping?"
"Your pen game bru."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that rapper Costa Titch has hinted that he might be doing a collaboration with Nasty C soon. Costa took to Instagram to promote his latest single titled Durban Poison and threw hints at Nasty C to join him on the remix of the song.
"Titch gang! I’m trying to get Nasty C to feature on a remix, please tag him in the comments and let’s see if we can make it happen. For those of you only hearing the song now, it’s available on my debut album on all major streaming platforms."
Nasty C did not comment nor like the post but fans are wondering if he might have responded privately. He was tagged by hundreds of fans in the post. Fans are anxious to see if the two will collaborate or not. A number of social media users commented on Costa Titch's post, asking Nasty C to feature in the remix.
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