Nasty C Hosted A Live Tik Tok Concert

Fans got to choose which Zulu Man With Some Power songs he should perform

By  | Oct 01, 2020, 07:00 AM  | Nasty C  | Top of The

It's been a very good year for Nasty C, despite the worldwide lockdown, he has managed to make major international moves, release an album and release a documentary. There has been a fair share of ups and downs but the young MC keeps it moving, no amount of hate or shade can stop him from doing what he was born to do.

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To close off Heritage Month, the Zulu Man With Some Power decided to host a live performance on Tik Tok, in partnership with cellphone giant Vodacom NXT LVL.
"NXT LVL!! What songs y’all want me to perform for y’all? !!30 SEPT!! Set your reminder!"
His followers immediately filled up his comments section with requests, most fans had a hard time choosing their favourite songs because ZMWSP has too many dope songs to choose from.

"@Nasty_CSA that is a difficult question broh! ZMWSP is out of this world
Perform the first track on the track list once....you are making our life difficult...can’t decide"
With hundreds of comments, we aren't even sure how Nasty C managed to choose what to perform but he definitely delivered. Just like his documentary on Netflix, his performances are filled with high energy passion. Chris Nicols captured the 48-minute visual experience where the rapper is shadowed, while he is living it up carefree and collaborating with some of Japan’s hottest music acts, including JP The Wavey, Ricky and Yoshi. His fascination with the culture, food, public transport and the overall level of normalcy that Japan afforded him comes across incredulously in the film.

“I’ve always had this feeling that I was meant to visit Japan. I could never really explain it. Perhaps it’s because I’m not just a rapper, I’m an artist and I feel like Japan is the hub of art. Shout out to Red Bull for giving me the opportunity to expand my knowledge and creativity as far as art, fashion and music go,”

His talent and lyrical content have earned him respect from local and international hip hop stars, like AKA, who gave him a shout out when his ZMWSP album had just been released. Ludacris also showed the young King some love when he posted himself listening to Nasty C, even though some of his tracks are in vernac. His fans are anticipating him and Big Sean to finish a project they had already started but didn't make Nasty C or Big Sean's album releases.

Suffice to say, his performance was the perfect way to end the month of September, only if it was longer but you can watch it here.

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