Nasty C explains why he doesn’t have Zulu verses in his songs
Rapper Nasty C is sticking to his sound and is not prepared to change it anytime soon.
Nasty has been criticized for rapping mostly in English and being a rapper from Durban Kwa-Zulu Natal, many expect him to embrace Zulu more.
His much-anticipated album is titled Zulu Man With Some Power that is set to be released on August 28, fans should expect some a lot of Zulu verses from it.
The Def Jam signee is also not looking to experiment with other diverse African sounds unless he is approached by an artist for a feature.
“I want the world to know there’s more than just Afrobeats in Africa.. Even my Zulu verses, I kept them for my album. Everyone had been saying ‘you from Durban, why do you never rap in Zulu?” he argued.
Disputing claims that he is trying to start some beef between him and A Reece by rushing his album release, he said he simply does not care.
“I didn’t even know he dropped that (teaser). I didn’t know. I am not out here keeping tabs on other artists. But I know social media is like that.
They are bored at home at the moment and nothing is going on in their lives, so they just want to see something happen.
“They just want to be entertained, but I am not worried about that kind of stuff. Each to his own, say what you want, I don’t care really,” he said.