- Nasty C has hinted at dropping a new album in March this year
- Nasty C dropped his latest album Zulu Man With Some Power in August 2020
- Nasty C shared that he has already done about 20 tracks and is ready to release new music next month
Nasty C is ready to drop new music. The There They Go hitmaker has hinted that he might drop a new in mid-March.
The rapper dropped his latest album Zulu Man With Some Power just in August 2020 but has shared that he has about 20 tracks already done and is ready to drop another project soon.
The KwaZulu-Natal-born rapper, who is signed to Def Jam, was speaking in a recent IG Live with US radio personality Justin Credible. The star revealed that the album is complete, SAHipHopMag reports.
Nasty C said should the project not drop in March, he would release a few new singles. The musician recently dropped a new music video from his song with Ari Lennox titled Black And White.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that Nasty C has every reason to celebrate after his track Black and White, featuring US singer Ari Lennox, was chosen to be part of the Coming 2 America tracklist.
The rapper recently dropped the video for the track and it has received positive responses. The video was directed by the talented Kyle White, who also directed the Jerusalema music video. In an exclusive comment to Briefly.co.za, White opened up about the video shoot experience:
"It was an absolute pleasure to work with such an incredible talent and icon like Nasty C. The level of professionalism Nasty C has on set is awe-inspiring. After each take he is ready for the next."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also 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," said Costa Titch.
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