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Listen To A New Song From Nasty C’s Upcoming Album

Something different from the Durban-born rapper.

Nasty C's sophomore album, Strings and Bling is coming out in just two weeks, on July 6. A new song from the album is now yours when you pre-order or pre-save the project.

Titled "Legendary," the song sees the MC deploy the melodic flow that's now rife in rap. And, as usual, lyrically, Nasty C doesn't disappoint. He raps about his rise into stardom, asking himself how his life changed so fast. "Legendary, I'm just being legendary me/ When I'm feeling humble, smoke some ordinary weed," he sings on the hook.

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Nasty C’s Freestyle On Tim Westwood’s Crib Session Is One For The Books

Watch Nasty C obliterate two beats on Tim Westwood's Crib Session.

South African rapper Nasty C is one of the best doing it right about now. In his short career, the 22-year-old has managed to spit some of the most memorable lines and verses in South African hip-hop.

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Confessions of a Black Woman that Loves Quirky Afrikaans Comedies

The 5 funniest Afrikaans comedies on Showmax

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I'd have never wandered into the world of Afrikaans comedy if not for the films of Leon Schuster. In fact, I know very few black South Africans that would. But when I did stumble upon a Schuster movie one day—in English—I laughed so hard and loudly that my own mother threatened to ban me from watching TV altogether. And that ladies and gentlemen, was a slippery slope into the world of full-on Afrikaans comedies.

You're probably going to ease into Afrikaans comedies just like I did (unless you're willing to dive right into the deep end) and if you're not a native speaker like me, subtitles are your best friend. And yes, Afrikaans can be a problematic language for many black South Africans. History looms large in our memories. But there's something in the quirkiness and often downright silliness of these productions that makes giving them a try worthwhile.

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