- Ari Lennox showed love to Nasy C recently when she posted a snap of the two of them together in Atlanta
- The US singer and the Mzansi-born rapper have dropped a beautiful song together titled Black and White
- The epic tune by the two artists is on high rotation in Mzansi and the US' TV and radio stations
US singer Ari Lennox took to social media recently to give a huge shout-out to Mzansi's very own Nasty C.
The gorgeous songstress posted a snap of herself and Nasty C spending some time together in Atlanta, US.
The young South African rapper and Ari have released a banging track together called Black and White. The song is on high rotation on TV and radio stations in Mzansi and the US. Ari captioned her post:
"Now Playing: Black & White @Nasty_CSA."
Both the stars' fans took to Ari's comment section to share their thoughts on the saucy track. Most agreed that the track is a beautiful piece of art. Check out some of their comments below:
"So you gonna come to Atlanta and not perform somewhere!!!!!?!?! Ari."
"I see Ari Lennox, I like. it’s that simple."
"I got this track on repeat."
"LOVE YOU BIG TIME SIS. it's CRAZY COZ HE JUST INTRODUCED ME TO YOUR MUSIC."
"Nasty C gets to be close to all this beauty."
"THAT SONG IS SO BEAUTIFUL."
"I listen to this song so much !! A fav!"
In related news, Briefly News reported that 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 showing love to Nasty C.
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