Nasty C: Rapper Shares the Age He Plans to Retire From Rapping

Nasty C: Rapper Shares the Age He Plans to Retire From Rapping

- Talented Mzansi rapper Nasty C has revealed the age he plans to retire from rapping

- The musician told Sizwe Dhlomo that he plans to retire in his mid 30s but would continue to write for other artists

- The There They Go rapper hosted the TV and radio personality in the latest episode of Zulu Man With Some Power podcast

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Nasty C has opened up about the age he plans to retire from rapping. The Black and White hitmaker hosted media personality Sizwe Dhlomo in the latest episode of his Zulu Man With Some Power podcast.

When Sizwe asked the rapper how long he is hoping to rap for, he revealed that he plans to hang up his microphone at the age of 35.

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Nasty C: Rapper Shares the Age He Plans to Retire From Rapping
Nasty C plans to retire from rapping at the age of 35. Image: @nasty_csa
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The talented Def Jam signee told Sizwe that he doesn't care if he's still a hot rapper at that age.

"I'll go out like a legend, you'll never get to say I fell off."

He shared that he would continue writing for other artists though. Nasty also shared his plans when he is out of the game.

The star said he has figured it all out already but cannot reveal his plans, according to SAHipHopMag. He expressed that he has a place that he loves in mind and he has already started looking at houses there.

Nasty said he'll come back to Mzansi every now and then just to check on his friends and family.

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C is becoming a force to be reckoned with. The young rapper was given his flowers by Forbes Africa recently.

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Forbes Africa named Nasty as an icon of the continent in their 100th issue cover story. This is not the first time the publication recognizes Nasty C for his contributions to the entertainment industry.

In 2018, the rapper was one of the Creatives to make the FORBES AFRICA 30 Under 30 list. The star furthered his international footprint from being featured in Rhythms of Zamunda – Coming 2 America soundtrack to also performing on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in February.

Nasty C also recorded a song with American singer Ari Lennox and another with US rapper TI, cementing his status as a global force. Speaking to Forbes Africa about the achievement, Nasty C said that he was excited and honoured.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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