Nasty C Breaks Spotify Record

Zulu man with some million streams

By  | Feb 03, 2022, 01:32 PM  | Nasty C  | Top of the

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Rapper and music producer Nasty C continues to break boundaries and setting the bar really high for almost every musician. His second studio album Strings and Bling has made the greatest history by becoming the first South African Hip Hop album to surpass 20 Million streams on Spotify
While it has become a norm these days where most artists are jumping on the bandwagon of doing Amapiano. Nasty C has made it crystal clear that he has no interest in doing Amapiano collaborations anytime soon. Although he does not have any ill-will towards this banging genre of music but he chooses to stick to his guns and staying true to his music

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Several Hip Hop artists like Cassper Nyovest and many others have really took some likings into venturing to do a number of Amapiano features, and he has done really well for himself.

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The rapper and music producer is amongst some of South African artists who have made names for themselves internationally. Off his Strings and Bling album, he featured New York’s A$AP Ferg on one of his track titled 'King'. On another international feature, he teamed up with Major Lazer on his track 'Particula' with DJ Maphorisa to name a few. 

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From his Zulu Man With Some Power album. One of his singles 'Bookoo Bucks' featured younger brothers Lil Keed and Lil Gotit from the United States of America. The single was well received both by international and SA music lovers. Tweeps applauded Nasty C for not suffering from the fear of missing out (FOMO) by not giving Amapiano a second thought.
Nasty C even teamed up with American songstress Ari Lennox who is no stranger to the South African spotlight, following her controversial interview with Podcaster MacG. Nasty C and Ari Lennox once appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show to perform their hit single 'Black and White' from the movie Coming To America soundtrack.

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