Nasty C has been working hard to make his name a brand overseas. The rapper recently hung out with some big international names like Ari Lennox and Snoop Dogg. He then cemented his influence by hosting a party at the Atlanta Trap Museum.
The lavish event was attended by journalists and stars from the city to celebrate the rapper.
The party saw pictures of Nasty C hanging in the venue and his music was the night’s playlist.
Briefly News managed to find some pictures from the exclusive event.
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Meanwhile Briefly News reported that Nasty C shared a video in his Instagram stories and a snap of himself and none other than the legendary rapper Snoop Dogg.
Fans were feeling all sorts of things after Nasty C posted the snaps and videos of himself and the hip hop icon Snoop Dogg.
DJ Whoo Kid interviewed the rap icon and Nasty C was there to join in. Nasty C also revealed how well he and DJ Whookid were treated.
The South African rapper is seen in the video with Snoop Dogg and you can definitely tell it's him as the iconic rapper starting rapping.
Briefly News gathered some of their reactions:
"The King @Nasty_CSA be chilling with The OG @SnoopDogg !! (via Nasty C Instagram)"
"Nasty C casually hanging with Snoop Dogg and Dj Whookid is so crazy to me."
"Nasty C hanging with Snoop Dogg is the content that made me smile. I don’t know the kid but man I’m so happy for him."
"Nasty C chilling with Snoop Dogg is definitely a high definition of making it, the boy is gone!"
Earlier, Briefly News reported that fans of Grammy winner and superstar Ayodeji Balogun, popularly known as Wizkid, have gone wild with joy after American rapper Snoop Dogg was seen dancing to the Ojuelegba crooner's song Essence.
Snoop Dogg, in a video posted on Twitter by @MHDee06, shared the moment he was having a nice time on his Instagram live stream on Saturday, April 17.
In other news, Nasty C highlighted the difference between working with DJs from overseas and the DJs from South Africa. He recently did an interview with YFM's DJ Sabby, talking about the success of his music, not just in Mzansi but in the US as well.
Sabby then asked Nasty C what was different about working with American record producers.
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