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Nasty C collaborated with French Montana last year. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabeka.

The 10 Best SA-US Hip-Hop Collaborations

These 10 South African-US hip-hop collaborations hit the spot.

It was the rapper HHP (aka Jabba) who made it look easy circa 2009 when he started collaborating with renowned US hip-hop artists that were otherwise thought of to be out reach. On his double album Dumela (2009), alongside African superstars such as Naeto C and Nazizi, Jabba collaborated with Nas. The song, titled "Keledimo" was okay. In a confusing turn of events, Nas would then go on to re-use the verse he had given to Jabba on "Leaders," a song he did with Damian Marley from the Distant Relatives album.

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Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Nasty C and French Montana Hit the Club In the Video for ‘Allow’

Watch the video to Nasty C and French Montana's new collaboration.

South African rapper Nasty C just released the visuals to "Allow," his collaboration with French Montana. The song is featured on Bad Hair Extensions, the re-release of Bad Hair, the Durban-born rapper's debut album.

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Op-Ed

Nasty C Just Doesn't Understand Racism

In two interviews Nasty C said he has never experienced racism. The rapper just doesn't understand what racism is.

When asked how much racism affected his upbringing during his interview with Vlad TV, South African rapper Nasty C’s response was similar to the one he gave Sway about three weeks ago: “It didn’t affect me at all, man,” the talented lyricist told the interviewer. “That racism stuff never ever got to me.”

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