Listen to Gemini Major, Nasty C and Tellaman’s New Banger ‘Right Now’

New banger from three of 031's finest.

Gemini Major invited fellow Durbanites Tellaman and Nasty C for his latest single "Right Now." Nasty C handles the chorus and the first verse before Gemini Major and Tella finish off what's already a slapper with equally engaging verses.


Smoky synths and 808s give the song texture while the three close friends exhibit their different personalities and artist traits with an undeniable chemistry.

There have been plenty of collaborations between the three artists. Nasty C appears on Tellaman's latest single "Whipped," alongside Shekhinah. Gemini Major has been producing for Nasty C in the past few years. But the last time the three were on one song was on Tellaman's "Rainbow Hoes" (Gemini Major appears as a producer) from Tella's debut album God Decides. The first time the three artists were on a song together was on Nasty C's 2018 single "Don't B.A.B."

Durban is the second home for Gemini Major, who's originally from Malawi. So, "Right Now" is a proudly 031 occasion.

"Right Now" follows Gemini Major's previous single "Issa Vibe," which will be part of his upcoming overdue project.

Listen to "Right Now" below:


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