Nasty C Shares Secrets to American Success After Chris Brown Recognition: “Patience Served to My Advantage”

Nasty C Shares Secrets to American Success After Chris Brown Recognition: “Patience Served to My Advantage”

  • Nasty C is reaping the benefits of staying true to his artistry and putting in the work necessary to reach international stardom
  • The rapper has solid relationships with US rappers such as TI and has stated that he wants song features to come naturally rather than being paid for
  • Recently, the SMA rapper's flow and bars earned recognition from American superstar Chris Brown

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Nasty C's tireless efforts to promote himself, not only in Africa but around the world, are finally bearing fruit.

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Nasty C says working hard and making solid relationships in America helped him find his foot in Hollywood. Image: David M. Benett
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When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the world seemed to come to a halt for many Mzansi musicians, but the rapper was on the move, making his name known in Hollywood and other major international stages.

Opening up to TshisaLIVE, the 25-year-old said he has always wished to be a global public figure and was not ashamed to start from the bottom in the United States.

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Instead of going by the book and paying for song features, Nasty C said he focused on building solid relationships with the likes of legendary US rappers like TI.

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"But because I waited, he found out who I was and he already knew my story and what kind of person I was. And he was already a fan of mine. There was already mutual respect before we even started making music. I think this relationship is bigger than 'Oh, that's just an African rapper I made a song with' type of vibe," said Nasty about TI.

Aside from making useful contacts, Nasty said that waiting for your time to come is critical when entering a foreign industry. 

"Patience really servd to my advantage."

Fans Praise Nasty C after Chris Brown showed love to his freestyle

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Nasty C's massive presence in the US was recently felt in Mzansi when American popstar Chris Brown posted him on his Instagram account. @sahiphop247 reshared the video on Twitter.

Check out peeps' reactions below:

@Supreme_Fwesh said:

"A collab together would be fire."

@charlie_mvuyana shared:

"Gone boy, worldwide!!"

@ketstlhabane_ posted:

"Well-deserved recognition."

@RowanNgobeni replied:

"We’ve won."

@mf_leroy commented:

"Best rapper in Africa."

@chumavee also said:

"When it comes to flow and bars, Nasty C is untouchable I’m afraid ❤️"

@rodgers_rodrick added:

"First Blxckie now Nasty C ❤️"

Big Zulu trends after praising Nasty C for taking Mzansi hip hop abroad, netizens laud him for showing love

In other stories, Briefly News reported that Big Zulu has showered Nasty C with love on social media.

The talented rappers previously collaborated with Nigeria's Patoranking on the hit song We Run The Road. The smash hit captivated a large number of fans who couldn't get enough of it. According to SA Hip Hop Mag, it was a follow-up to Big Zulu's controversial diss track 150 Bars.

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Recently, Big Zulu praised Nasty C for putting Mzansi hip-hop on the map in a dedicated Twitter post. Nkabi lauded Nasty C's flawless artistry and dubbed him a hero.

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