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OPINION: Areece vs Nasty C Who Is The Better Rapper?


Lehlogonolo Ronald Mataboge (born March 27, 1997), better known by his stage name A-Reece, is a South African rapper and songwriter who grew up in Atteridgeville, Gauteng.

P-Jay, a rapper who is one half of the South African hip hop group B3nchmarQ, is his younger brother. In 2015, A-Reece signed with Ambitiouz Entertainment. After a falling out with management, he departed to pursue a career as an independent artist. He rose to prominence in 2015 after the release of his track "Couldn't," which featured Emtee.

On September 29, 2016, he released Cutaways, an EP that contains tracks that did not make the cut for his debut album, Paradise. On October 21, 2016, his debut album was released, and it debuted at No. 1 on iTunes just under 24 hours later. 

To commemorate the release of his debut album, he released his second studio album, From Me To You And Only You. In 2019, he released "Reece Effect," a joint album with Mashbeatz. The tracks "Careless" and "Blood in Blood Out" were released the same year by A-Reece.

Nasty C

Ntsikayesizwe Nasty C is a South African rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer who was born David Junior Ngcobo on February 11, 1997.


Ngcobo's debut mixtape, One Kid, a Thousand Coffins, was released on May 14, 2012, when he was fourteen years old.

On April 4, 2014, he released his debut EP, L.A.M.E (Levitating Above My Enemies). The following year, on February 10th, he released his second mixtape, Price City, which included the hit tune "Juice Back," which helped him gain notoriety. On November 20, 2015, a Gemini Major-produced remix featuring singer Davido and rapper Cassper Nyovest was released.

Nasty C made his acting debut on May 20, 2020, in a cameo role as Zhero in the six-part Netflix African original young adult series Blood & Water. Nasty C signed with Universal Music Group's Def Jam Africa on May 28, 2020. Nasty C and American rapper T.I. collaborated on the protest song "They Don't" on June 5th. The song's proceeds go to the non-profit groups Until Freedom and Solidarity Fund, and the lyrics allude to George Floyd's death. Zulu, a joint mixtape with DJ Whoo Kid, was released on June 25.

He released a single named "Best I Ever Had" in June 2021.

Which of these two talented South African rappers is the best rapper?


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