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Nasty C proves lyrical supremacy on Sway and continues to grow his USA footprint

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Mabala Noise Entertainment, multi-award winning hip hop artist, TheCoolest Kid in Africa, Nasty C, has become the latest South African rapper to be hosted on New York’s premium hip hop radio show, Sway In The Morning, which airs on the uncut hip hop channel, Shade 45, owned by the legendary hip hop maven, Eminem.

Sway In The Morning has been host to the world’s top artists such as the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Common, Snoop Dogg, Redman, T.I, Wyclef Jean and Talib Kweli just to mention a few.

Nasty C gave a very forthright interview and a freestyle which indicated why he is one of the best hip hop artists as validated by Sway.

The Bad Hair album-maker had the weight of the entire South African nation on his young shoulders, but he flew the flag high with his impeccable lyricism and poetic artistry and simply took his freestyle performance to a whole new dimension.

Nasty C’s new single UOK was also played during the interview.

Watch Nasty C’s music video for UOK here:

This is just the beginning of Nasty C’s growing footprint in the USA and South Africans can expect more representation from Nasty C in this territory as he has already collaborated with popular USA actor actor, Omari Hardwick on his Bad Hair album.

The rapper is currently in New York and is scheduled to shoot the music video for his hit song Allow off the Bad Hair Extensions album which features American hip hop sensation French Montana.

The Juice Back hit maker has been on his A-Game over the past 12 months and singles released from his Bad Hair album have received high rotation airplay on stations across the country and solidified his spot as the Coolest Kid in Africa.

Make sure to watch Nasty C’s UOK music video and follow him on social media and stay tuned for his upcoming music video for Allow.

Era Baloyi

The author Era Baloyi

Era Baloyi is a Copywriter, Social Media Manager, Public Relations and Communications practitioner who is Co-Founder and CEO of Fame Africa TV. He's been with Fame Africa TV since 2014 and he's seen how the magazine grew. He focuses more on entertainment, music and movie reviews.

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