WATCH | All the deets — Nasty C announces album drop and features

16 August 2023 - 13:00
By Constance Gaanakgomo
Nasty C said his 18 track-album is ready
Image: MASI LOSI Nasty C said his 18 track-album is ready

Rapper Nasty C recently announced his 18-track album will drop on August 25.

Taking to his YouTube channel the rapper said the tracks for the album were complete and he was only left with choosing which would go onto the album. 

“Every time I make a sequence for this thing is so hard, like I ended up being in the 20s. I’m like nah boy I can’t even do 18,” he said.

“But I might just budge for 18. I want to keep on like a tight 15, 16, and 17 the most,” he said.

“But I think I’m gonna do 18 because it’s for the context of the album, and like I said this is one of those I want you guys to take your time with and really listen to it from top to bottom.”

Previously speaking to TshisaLIVE he said the secret to establishing himself on a global stage lay in forming lifelong relationships in the industry.

“It’s been an amazing journey. I’m lucky enough to be the type of person to be patient with all of it. I know if I want it to last I have to put in just as much time building it. But it’s been a crazy journey. A lot of things that I thought I would only achieve way later in my career I have already done and I’ve met the people who inspired me to start making music. I’ve done more than meet them, I’ve made music with them and their people,” he said. 

Another rapper teasing his fans with an album drop is Cassper Nyovest. He recently headed to X (formerly known as Twitter) to announce the drop of his new album Solomon. 

“Music video for 018 came out so beautiful. So strong. Can’t wait to drop this. Album dropping in a few weeks too. Sorry for the wait! #Solomon,” he wrote.

The pair recently announced they were doing an African tour together, and released dates for the cities they will be performing in on the continent and abroad.

The African Throne World Tour kicks off on August 18 in Tanzania and wraps up in Johannesburg on October 20.