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Watch Runtown & Nasty C's New Video For 'No Permission'

This one's a banger.

Runtown and Nasty C come through with a new collaboration track that'll jump start your week.

'No Permission" sees the Nigerian artist and South African rapper trading rapid fire bars over an ominous, trap-inspired beat. It's a heavyweight-meets-heavyweight link up that's sure to get a lot of play in this last quarter of the year.

The track comes accompanied with a pink-tinted new music video, directed by Director Teekay.

Nasty C recently dropped impressive freestyles on Tim Westwood as well as on the BET cypher.

Watch the new video for Runtown and Nasty C's "No Permission," coming out on Soundgod Music, below.


Soundgod & Runtown & Nasty C - No Permission (Official Video) youtu.be

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