Written by Sphe J Hadebe
Award winning rapper is proving that when you focus and excel in your career, only the sky will be the limit.
Nasty C took to social media to announce that he will be making an appearance in America's most watched TV show, The Ellen DeGeneres. He will be making a debut appearance on Friday, the 26 February.
The excited Durban-born rapper, signed to US record label Def Jam, took to Instagram on Thursday, 25 February to reveal his good news. The Ellen DeGeneres Show is one of the most-watched talk shows across the globe.
Taking to Instagram, he posted this picture with the caption "Yea we goin up tomorrow!!! Let the whole world know!! @theellenshow thank you for the put on."
The star revealed that he has already worked with about five popular American rappers so that the music is ready when he finally relocates to the country. He revealed that he is moving to US as soon as the country eases its covid 19 restrictions.
His fans commented and congratulated him on his achievements. He is young but is definitely doing wonders on his career. He also announced that he will be releasing new album soon, following his latest album last year August, titled "Zulu Man with some power".
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