Diepkloof, a suburb of Johannesburg, is where the young rapper was born. Destiny, on the other hand, had to travel to Durban to be with his father when his mother died in a horrible vehicle accident. He was only 11 months old at the time. As a result, he knew very little about his mother.
Nasty C is a brilliant rapper who is well-known both within and outside of the country. His breakthrough came with the release of the tune "Way It Go," which he co-wrote with Tumi and Youngsta. He was honored for his musical abilities with the honor of the youngest South African Hip Hop Award 2015, in which he got the Best Freshman Award.
Three years later, in 2018, the rapper released Strings & Bling, making him TINA Magazine's top African rapper of 2018.
He was born on February 11, 1997. He exceeded all expectations by becoming one of South Africa's most recognized rappers at the age of 22.
He attended secondary school in Strelitzia before transferring to Durban High School, where he graduated in 2014. He juggled his education and his musical career, and it is clear that he published his debut mixtape, One Kid a Thousand Coffins, when he was only fifteen years old.
During an interview with MTV Base Africa, he confessed that balancing education and music was difficult for him. This enabled him to be successful in music, despite the fact that he only passed grade 12 with mediocre grades.
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