- Nasty C is looking into branching out musically and has recently shared what he plans to do
- The rapper opened up on what genres he would like to experiment with for his unique sound
- The only thing that is missing is for Nasty C to find a producer who understands his vision
Mzansi rapper Nasty C has opened up about what he plans to do next in his career. The Juice Back hitmaker recently had an interview with the UK's Mixtape Madness and spoke about his single Black and White being featured on Coming 2 America.
In the interview, the rapper mentioned that he would like to experiment with Electro Dance Music (EDM) and Trap.
He actually wants to find a way to mix the two completely different genres together.
"Most of the stuff I want to test, I've already experimented with it in the studio but nobody has ever heard it. What I want to do is find a way to put it out or give it to a DJ," said Nasty C.
This statement got the rapper talking about other crossover sounds. Nasty C also said that he would like to experiment with Reggae and Spanish-influenced Hip-Hop. He has just been reluctant because he's looking for a producer who's going to understand him.
"I feel like if I was to find the perfect producer who would know how to flip it, give it to me how I would want it or how I would make it, then yeah," he said.
In other Mzansi music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nadia Nakai shared the vision for her next album and plans for her next music video. Rapper Nadia Nakai has opened up about her latest plans in the music industry.
Her album Nadia Naked was very successful and she's ready to do even more next time. During an interview with Kgomotso Meso on Elite Nights, Nadia spoke about what she plans on doing the second time around.
Nadia revealed that she would like to release two music videos from her previous album. The rapper said that she would like to do this because she feels as though she has already outgrown some of her older music.
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Source: Briefly News