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Nasty C drops mixtape with international acclaimed DJ Whoo kid

Ramudzulijnr 06/25/2020

25 June 2020

The Zulu Man With Some Power, Nasty C has dropped a mixtape he promised to give the fans before he drops his long awaited and much anticipated album.

Since the star joined Def Jam Recordings early this year, he has been on the up and up. Def Jam is an international acclaimed recording label that has the likes of Rihanna and Justin Bieber on their books and Hip Hop artists such as Big Sean, G Eazy to name a few.

"ZULU is a dope project that I’m excited to drop. Working on this mixtape with DJ Whoo Kid has been great," Nasty C speaking on the mixtape with Complex.

"It’s my first international mixtape collab. We put this together during lockdown, sending tracks back and forth and really got to know each other well during the process. I think our fans are gonna love it."

'Zulu' the mixtape is a 11 tracks body of work with lead singles Eazy and They Don't that features another great Hip Hop name and Nasty C's rap idol T.I who also features onnthe first track of the mixtape 'Poetry'.

He has since confirmed that T.I will also feature on the album. While the rapper has confessed his love for the 23 year old Durban born rapper saying he sees his young self on him.

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The album tittled 'Zulu Man With Some Power' is expected to drop anytime now as the Lockdown sails through. While the mixtape dropped just a few hours ago has been making the rounds on Twitter since announcement of dropping in midnight.

Judging by the fans reactions of the mixtape it is clear that Nasty C fan base has rapidly grown with local rap heavyweights like AKA and Stogie T also confessing that Nasty C music is representing South African Hip Hop well.

The 'Zulu' mixtape has made some history already with over 2 million streams or plays so far today.

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The project features other artists such as Mishlawi and Crowned Yung. T.I and Nasty C also performed their track that addresses the social unrest that has taken over the world following police brutality on Black people.

"They Don't" is the first time the pair has worked together and they performed the track together on American show, Late Night With Seth Meyers. [Complex]

You can stream the mixtape on all music digital platforms.

Source: opera.com
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