Nasty C And Big Sean Confirm Upcoming Collaboration

And squash any rumors of beef through Twitter.

By  | Sep 06, 2020, 12:43 PM  | Nasty C  | Top of The

It is confirmed the hip-hop world can breathe after Nasty C and Big Sean confirm that they will release a collaborative single together.

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Nasty C and Big Sean went on Twitter to confirm that much anticipated single between the two of them following their individual releases that did not have a single featuring each other on their albums.  Nasty C released the biggest release of the year, or of the month of August with the release of his new album, "Zulu Man With Some Power."

Ahead of the release one of the features that were rumored would be part of the album was a feature with Big Sean. But when the album was released, fans of the both leading hip-hop artists were disappointed to find that the feature with Big Sean did not make the cut. Listeners to the album listened to songs like “Zone” featuring Tellaman, "Feeling" and “Overpriced Steak” claiming that the songs would be even bigger if Nasty C had featured the rapper on them. 

This past Friday, 4 September 2020, Big Sean released his own much anticipated album, “Detroit 2.” Like with Nasty C’s release, many fans were disappointed to find out that Big Sean had not featured Nasty C on any of the tracks on the album. This is despite Big Sean releasing the track list of the album before the release confirming that Nasty C was not part of the album. 

With no word from either camps about what happened to the collaboration that was wanted by fans of the hip-hop artists, many speculated that there was drama between two behind the scenes. Nasty C had not address the matter on social media following his release, despite some tweeps asking about the matter on issue in his mentions. It took the release of Big Sean’s album for the matter to be finally addressed. 

A tweep took to the Sean Don’s timeline to ask when can fans expect a collaboration between them. The post was accompanied with a throwback image of the two together in studio. Big Sean not only confirmed that they were still on speaking terms by referring to Nasty C as his “dawg,” but confirmed that they had worked on the song but never finished it by adding, “We need to finish something.”

The “Zulu Man” replied to the post by confirming the collaboration with emojis. He went on to add that, “That D2 is something special big homie.” Now fans of the artists just need to wait for a remix or a new single from either camp to hear what a Nasty C and Big Sean collaboration sounds like. 



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