Nasty C

Saturday 19 October

South African multi-platinum music sensation, Nasty C, has generated over 1 billion streams globally.

 

Hailing from Durban, he has earned the title “Coolest kid in Africa,” living up to the hype. His sophomore album, Strings and Bling, attained double platinum status and accumulated over 270 million streams, with chart-topping success including four multi-platinum singles.

Featuring collaborations with esteemed artists such as T.l., Ari Lennox, Lil Gotit, and Lil Keed, Zulu Man With Some Power made an undeniable impact globally, solidifying Nasty C’s position as a force to be reckoned with worldwide.

Nasty C recently released his fourth studio album, I Love It Here, via Def Jam Records, exhibiting his innovation as a true pioneer and game changer in the African musical landscape.

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