Rapper Nasty C sits down with DJ Black Coffee and other artists is his new podcast

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Rapper Nasty C (24) has teamed up with Old Mutual for a new seven-part podcast.
Rapper Nasty C (24) has teamed up with Old Mutual for a new seven-part podcast.
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He's been tad quiet but he hasn't been idle. After a very successful 2020, he's now ready to get things started this year.  

Rapper Nasty C (24) has teamed up with Old Mutual for a new seven-part podcast.

The 'Zulu Man with Some Power' weekly podcast will be produced by Nasty C and hosted by Rapper Nomuzi ‘Moozlie’ Mabena and will launch on 25 February.

It will feature guests such as radio personality Sizwe Dhlomo, DJ Black Coffee and rapper Slikour, who will unpack the ins and outs of the music industry.

These industry heavy weights will be sharing insight into business of music as well as their experiences and giving invaluable lessons on building a sustainable career in the entertainment industry.

The podcast is named after the award winning rapper's third studio album Zulu Man with Some Power, which was released in 2020. 

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Nasty C took to social media to share the news.

“I know I’ve been quiet af but you know I’ve been working. Got something really cool and insightful for you guys soon too!! First episode on the 25th of February. Big shout out to Old Mutual AMPD studios for supporting me on this“ he wrote.

Nasty C will also feature stars from all over the globe such as Japanese Rapper Kaz Skellington and DJ Whoo Kid from the States.

The podcast will be available on Spotify, Apple podcasts and all other streaming platforms.

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