Nasty C Guns For That 'Legend' Status

It's not just about the's about changing peoples mindsets

By  | Jun 12, 2020, 01:30 PM  | Nasty C  | Top of The

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The most-streamed South African artist on Apple Music is aiming to be crowned a legend and is making his way all the way to the top.

Nasty C has now gone international but for him it is not only about the music and wealth, however it is about tackling stereotypes and changing people's mindsets.

He spoke to Forbes Africa about where he sees himself in 10 years and what he strives to achieve. He wants to help elevate Africa by exposing her talented musicians to the world so that they can see Africa 'in a different light,'

"I hope to change that whole stereotype and just show them that we have a lot of depth and different flavors, and there are a lot of things we can teach outsiders that they don’t really know about. Hopefully, by exposing more African artists and if I can open the gates and have hundreds of artists follow after me, I feel we can bridge that gap. They will see Africa in a different light," he told the publication.

During the pandemic, the world has seemed to be shifted online especially entertainers and the Def Jam artist believes that they won't go hungry as online content is consumed in abundance by their supporters.

"I have had to focus on the digital side of things, and also be able to go live on YouTube and connect with fans; give them a taste of music that’s still to come," he said.

The Zulu Man With Some Power will not stop till he is known as a legend, "I hope to be a legend, I don’t want it to be about how rich I am or how my music career is, as long as I have changed the way my people think."

Nasty just released his highly anticipated single titles Eazy and fans are loving it.

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