Watch the Latest Episode of Nasty C’s Web Series ‘My Journey’ in Germany

Nasty C shares the latest episode of 'My Journey.'

Nasty C just released the latest episode of his web series My Journey. In the episode, he takes his fans with him to Berlin, Germany for a show and some interviews.


In one of the interviews, the rapper and producer speaks about how African artists don't necessarily need to leave the continent to become international superstars. He also talks about why his music sounds less "African." You'll also get to see Nasty interact with fans and perform.

My Journey started last year when Nasty released an episode showing him in Nigeria. The second episode showed him in London.

Watch the latest episode of My Journey below and stream Nasty C's latest album Strings and Bling underneath.

NASTY C - My Journey (Germany) www.youtube.com


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