Nasty C is proud to have landed the award for Best International Streaming

Nasty C is proud to have landed the award for Best International Streaming

Taking the planet by storm, one achievement at a time, Nasty C keeps setting the bar for local rappers and shaking up the hip hop scene.

Nasty C is proud to have landed the award for Best International Streaming

This may need been a slow year for many rappers due to the worldwide pandemic but not for The Zulu Man With Some Power.

“Hip Hop is all about Freedom of expression. The Hip Hop Awards: Best International Flow Nominees are in. [Nominees within the Thread below]
Make sure you catch the #HipHopAwards on the 28th of October at 03:00 CAT and therefore the repeat at 19:30 CAT.”

The young rapper has just been announced together of the nominees for BET Africa’s Best International Flow at the 15th annual Hip Hop Awards. This category recognizes artists from around the world, with nominees from France, South Africa, Kenya, UK, and for the primary time ever, a nominee from Brazil. The awards aim to honor the past year in hip-hop music across 17 categories and Nasty C, who was nominated during this category last year, will compete against Kenyan hip hop artist Khaligraph Jones, French rappers Meryl and Kaaris who both originate from France, British rapper Stormzy and therefore the UK’s female MC MS Banks.
Nasty C is proud to have landed the award for Best International Streaming
Nasty C only recently appeared on Netflix for the second time, this point in his own documentary titled Zulu Man In Japan. The 48-minute visual experience is captured by Chris Nicols while he’s living it up carefree and collaborating with a number of Japan’s hottest music acts, including JP The Wavey, Ricky, and Yoshi. His fascination with the culture, food, conveyance, and therefore the overall level of normalcy that Japan afforded him comes across incredulously within the film.

“I’ve always had this sense that I used to be meant to go to Japan. I could never really explain it. Perhaps it’s because I’m not just a rapper, I’m an artist, and that I desire Japan is that the hub of art. Shout bent Red Bull for giving me the chance to expand my knowledge and creativity as far as art, fashion and music go,”

There is little question the young MC is doing extremely well for himself, on the Judgment Day of September he confirmed his legendary status while hosting a live performance on Tik Tok, where he performed songs from his latest album, Zulu Man With Some Power, at the request of his loyal fans.

Winning this award is going to be further proof that he’s unstoppable and destined for even greater things within the near future.