- Nasty C has been working very hard and is gearing up to launch his new podcast
- The rapper is going to have a few big-name guests on his show, mostly local artists
- Nasty C has also revealed that he just might be releasing a new album very soon
Mzansi rapper Nasty C is making some big money moves in his career. Nasty C is working overtime so that he can expand his brand. The rapper took to Instagram to share what he's working on next.
“I know I’ve been quiet af but you know I’ve been working. Got something really cool and insightful for you guys soon too! First episode on the 25th of February," he said.
Nasty C is going to collaborate with Old Mutual AMPD studios to make his podcast possible. The rapper released his Zulu Man With Some Power album in August 2020 and now he's building on the momentum.
The talented rapper is going to feature a number of guests on his show, such as Moozlie, Black Coffee, Slikour and Rowlene.
Nasty C also released a documentary in 2020 about his music career on Netflix. The young man is making big moves and the country loves to see it.
Nasty C also announced that he is going to be releasing an album very soon. He's aiming for a release in March 2021 and says that he's completed most of the tracks on the album.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nasty C's track with Ari Lennox is featured on the Coming 2 America soundtrack. 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."
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