In a recent interview with Sizwe Dhlomo on his podcast, Nasty C opened up about his plans to retire and businesses outside of Hip Hop. Sizwe asked him how long is he hoping to rap for and his response was. “Not that long bro, I’m not rapping in my 40s. Not even 36. I think 35 I draw the line.
It also plays host to featured artists Rowlene and Tellaman, as well as Nasty C’s co-manager Yvette Gayle from Africa Creative Agency and Justin Duran, Senior Director of Marketing for Def Jam. The inspirational and informative podcast series also sees celebrated DJs, Black Coffee and Whookid, along with radio and TV personality, Sizwe Dhlomo, Japan’s Kaz Skellington, Nigeria’s M.I Abaga and South Africa’s Slikour.
The Durban-born star has innovatively looked to share the raw and unfiltered details about his life, origins, and interests on the Zulu Man With Some Power podcast hosted by TV personality Moozlie. The production has been sponsored by AMPD Studios, powered by Old Mutual.
The 24-year old had a beautiful set built at the Universal Music studios where the interviews were recorded.
The digital world is now critical for us to make that positive difference and
enable positive futures even more. Our support of Nasty C and his seven-part podcast series is just a prime example of making a changing world work for the benefit and the empowerment of us all.” She concluded.
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The completion of one of the longest-running shows in South African Tv, Rhythm City, took the watchers as well as their cast individuals by astonishment.
What appeared to have gotten going as gossip has now at long last occurred, and tragically there were a couple of entertainers and entertainers who were not prepared for the life after it. Learn more