17 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Since emerging from Durban five years ago, Nasty C has scored hits and collaborated with international stars like French Montana and Major Lazer. Now, on his anticipated follow-up to 2016’s Bad Hair, the rapper aims for kingly status. He calls himself “031’s most wanted” on “Legendary”, a free-flowing R&B groove dedicated to his hometown; riles up the cipher alongside Harlem, NY rapper A$AP Ferg on “King”; and pairs with SA singer-songwriter Rowlene on the tortured breakup anthem “SMA”. Throughout, Nasty C appears destined for the next level of success.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Since emerging from Durban five years ago, Nasty C has scored hits and collaborated with international stars like French Montana and Major Lazer. Now, on his anticipated follow-up to 2016’s Bad Hair, the rapper aims for kingly status. He calls himself “031’s most wanted” on “Legendary”, a free-flowing R&B groove dedicated to his hometown; riles up the cipher alongside Harlem, NY rapper A$AP Ferg on “King”; and pairs with SA singer-songwriter Rowlene on the tortured breakup anthem “SMA”. Throughout, Nasty C appears destined for the next level of success.

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