- Cassper Nyovest is a huge fan of Nasty C's epic tune Black and White featuring US singer Ari Lennox
- The Amademoni hitmaker took to Twitter recently to show love to the " beautiful" track by the young Mzansi rapper
- Mufasa's followers also shred that they love the song and praised their fave for showing love to his industry peer
Cassper Nyovest took to social media recently to show mad love to Nasty C's banger Black and White. The young Mzansi rapper features international vocalist Ari Lennox on the dope track.
Mufasa took to Twitter recently to share his thoughts on the song. The star shared that he cannot get enough of that song. The epic tune also features in Rhythms of Zamunda – Coming 2 America soundtrack.
" Nasty C's 'Black and White' is a beautiful song. I love that song!!!" said Cass on Twitter.
The Amademoni hitmaker's fans also love the track by the talented SA rapper who is currently in Atlanta, US. They took to Cassper Nyovest's comment section to praise him for sowing love to Nasty. Check out some of their comments below:
"My fav too! Well written."
"It's really dope to see this kind of support from one to another, this is what our industry needs rn."
"THE LOVE YOU SHOW TO YOUR BROTHERS BROE."
"You're a real one."
"Jump on its remix, it has been a minute since we last saw the two of you in a joint. We'll love the song even more!!!"
"Very beautiful... Fell in love with it the first time I listened to it."
"Bro, it's nice and simple but classical at the same time."
The There They Go rapper took to Instagram Stories to share that the mixtape, titled Zulu, is doing very well on all official digital music platforms. The young rapper and the DJ, who is popular for dropping mixtapes, collaborated on the project in 2020.
They released it in June just a few months before Nasty C dropped his album Zulu Man With Some Power. According to SAHipHopMag, the tweet he reposted on Instagram Stories read:
"Nasty C x WHOOkid - Zulu mixtape has reached 24 million streams on all platforms."
The 11-track project had smash hits such as They Don't featuring US rapper TI, Steve Harvey, Eazy and Screetched featuring CrownedYung.
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