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South African rapper, Nasty C, sets out to be the voice of his generation through his eagerly awaited second album,
Strings And Bling.
Born Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, the 21-year-old rapper is also aptly known as The Coolest Kid in Africa. He takes this role seriously because, as he says: “I never chase the dream, I design it.” On this
17 track offering, the artist encourages his peers to do the same.
Described as his most personal album to date, Nasty C raps about his real life over production by the likes of American producers, Blu Magiq and Cxdy as well as Africa’s own Gemini Major, Tweezy, Gobbla and up-and-coming trailblazer, Nani.
Strings And Bling is a layered presentation that deals with what’s on the surface and what lies beneath. Having already dropped monster singles such as ‘King’ and ‘Jungle’, Nasty C carves a new lane away from the rap of today’s radio. Instead, he cruises onto a lush, string-led post-trap road.
Driving this new growth are tracks like ‘Legendary’, where Nasty C addresses themes like self-confidence and the pursuit of equal opportunity. There is skillful storytelling on ‘Blisters’, where Nasty C incorporates pockets of Zulu to compliment a compelling narrative that includes a conversation with God.
On ‘SMA (Send Me Away)’, frequent collaborator, Rowlene, makes an appearance in an intense ditty about infidelity. Here, Nasty C reverses roles and lays bare the vulnerability of young love.
‘You Played Yourself’ showcases Nasty C’s knack for switching up flows and reinforces one message: always be yourself.
This message is the same one Nasty C championed when created his boundary-breaking 2016 debut album, Bad Hair as well as its re-release, Bad Hair Extensions. The latter featured international acts such as French Montana.
In 2017, Nasty C took home the Record of the Year gong at the South African Music Awards for his anthemic song, ‘Hell Naw’. He also took home that year four Metro FM Awards for Best New Artist, Best Male Album, Best Hip Hop Album and Song Of The Year.
The young gun originally shot to superstardom after releasing his instant classic, ‘Juice Back’ off his 2014 mixtape, Price City. It was followed by a remix featuring Cassper Nyovest and Davido.
Three mixtapes, two albums and numerous features on some of the biggest songs on the African continent later, this Durban-raised artist is ready to take his music to the world. As such, he hopes Strings and Bling will resonate with those who are willing to look beyond what is offered on the surface.
“Strings refers to the string instruments on the album but it also refers to the idea of a string of connections,” Nasty C comments. “There’s a connection to the first person I call when I get into trouble. A connection to the person I speak to when I’m low, the spirit – that’s my mother. There’s a connection to friends.”
“Bling is meant in the literal sense,” he continues. “But it also means to shine and be out there. It’s about being confident like how I say: ‘I was talking to God like I was talking to my bro/He said I gave you what you need to release your inner glow.’” Nasty C’s time to shine is now.