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Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

In Photos: Nasty C ‘Strings And Bling’ Live at Zone 6 Venue

Relive Nasty C's concert in these photos.

Last week Friday, South African rapper Nasty C treated his fans to a live show that saw him performing songs from his newly-released masterpiece, Strings And Bling.


The show was held at Zone 6 Venue in Diepkloof, Soweto, and was almost filled to the brim with fans of the rapper's.

The likes of OkmalumKoolKat, TellaMan, Champagne 69, DJ Vigi, DJ Milkshake, DJ Dimplez and Gemini Major were on the bill.

Nasty C performed some of his old hits, but a majority of his set aptly consisted of songs from the new album. He performed with a band, who re-interpreted Strings & Bling live. Rowlene, the singer who appears on fan-favorite "SMA" from Strings & Bling also made an appearance during the MC's impressive set.

Below are some photos from the show:

Nasty C. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Rowlene. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Rowlene. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Nasty C. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Nasty C. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

OkMalumKoolKat. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Gemini Major. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

J Molley. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

J Molley. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

J Molley. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

TellaMan. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

TellaMan. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Reason and Gemini Major. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Reason. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Gemini Major. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

DJ Vigi and DJ Dimplez. Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.

Photo by Sabelo Mkhabela.




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