Nasty C talks about his first movie on Netflix

Nasty C talks about his first movie on Netflix

International rapper and producer Nasty C, has announced the discharge of his first documentary created in partnership with Red Bull, Africa Creative Agency, and Ivyson Entertainment.
Nasty C talks about his first movie on Netflix

Zulu Man In Japan maybe a 48-minute visual experience of Nasty C’s journey and artistic exploration of Japanese culture.

The short film was captured by the equally talented Chris Nicols. Fans and lovers of music can catch the documentary when it debuts on the leading global entertainment streaming service Netflix, on Friday the 25th of September.

The award-winning Durbanite is seen living carefree and collaborating with a number of Japan’s hottest music acts, which include JP The Wavey, Ricky, and Yoshi, among others. His fascination with the culture, food, conveyance, and therefore the overall level of normalcy that Japan afforded him comes across incredulously within the film.

Bleached hair, high-end fashion, and fulfilling encounters with various creatives across entertainment and music, Nasty C shares his insightful experiences with the likes of Nigerian-American Designer – Ugo Mozie, Actor – Rakan Abdulwahid, and his manager Colin Gayle who co-directed the project with Nhlakanipho Teddy Mkhize.

“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,” comments Nasty C.

The 23-year-old star together with his new Japanese friends made seven songs in eight days. “Japan is dope. The barrier isn’t even that much of a problem. People here are kind, have good energy, and that they love my work…” continued the Zulu Man star.

The award-winning rapper recently released his album Zulu Man With Power, and he said he wasn’t competing with anyone

“I’m not competing with these guys, we aren’t playing an equivalent game I’m dropping an album to update my fans on what is going on In my life, but has nothing to try to to with anyone else,” he told ZAlebs
Nasty C talks about his first movie on Netflix
“It’s definitely a treat I do not like describing it. I would like fans to concentrate on it and love it for what it’s .” Nasty C says he started performing on the album 2-3 years ago and did not have any challenges besides the blending and mastering of the album.
The album received praises from his legion of fans and a few of Mzansi’s biggest rappers including AKA. Nasty C recently asked Siri to play the most important song within the world and Siri played his album, proving that he’s the G.O.A.T of the SA hip hop game.