The argument about who the best is, is totally subjective. In as much as we can't all have the same tastes and opinions, it's not safe to generalize ideas. For example, earlier this year, M.I had named Nasty C as one of his five best rappers, at the moment. This raised
It's good-news galore. A handful of rappers across Africa have been nominated in different categories for the 5th annual International Achievement Recognition Awards (IARA). The award show has has held since 2014. From South Africa, we have two of the hottest rappers on the continent, in Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C.
Nasty C's album is trending and getting a lot of buzz already. Hip hop heads from all over Africa are already offering reviews on the 18-track LP. And so far, they have been positive at an average of 4/5. That's a cool one for the 21-year-old South African MC. Apart from
Nasty C's album is definitely one of the most anticipated hip-hop projects of 2018. Since his last body of work, "Bad Hair" which was released in 2016; he has been consistent, dropping hit singles and doing a a number of collaborations, both on the local and international level. He's managed to
South African youngster, Nasty C, is really gearing up for the release of his album titled "STRINGS AND BLINGS". The project is currently undergoing finishing touches. Within the last week, he teased us with a collaboration with American rapper, A$AP Ferg, who is a prominent member of the A$AP Mob. His
This conversation is getting larger than we expected it to. Firstly it was why VEC wasn't in M.I's list. And now, it's why Nasty C was included in the list in the first place. M.I Abaga was asked on Twitter who his best rappers were and he ran through a quick
South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest, in a new interview talked about the possibility of an EP with pop star, Davido. And he has confirmed is not going to happen, SA Hip Hop Mag reports. "I don't know like, I think we're just working on music" The 27-year old MC said; "He's always traveling.
2018 is just a month and a few days old so I can still call this a new year. This year the mainstream is going to witness a lot of rap, most with meaningless lyrical content. And thus the anti-melody shaku shaku rap, is set to take over the pop
Since 2015, South African hip hop is holding down the whole African the hip-hop community. It has surpassed its counterparts from anglophone countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and others. The fan following on the SA hip-hop scene is very vibrant, with rappers gradually taking the lead in their music industry. Here
Hustle ink co-owner, Gilbert Bani, known as A-Q is one of the most impressive rappers at the moment.The question on your mind will be "Why is that so?". My answer to you is that it is obvious that his recent release which includes a song and video "Lekki Expressway" is