Nasty C's go for regal status gathers the correct momentum as his brilliance emanate through on the new collection, ''Strings and Bling''.
21-year-old South African rapper, Nsikayesizwe David Ngcobo, generally called Nasty C, caved through the business ceilings with the entry of his breakout mixtape, 'Price City', in April 2015.
Nasty C by then cemented the new status that came with the consideration he was getting with his important introduction collection, ''Bad Hair'', discharged in 2016.
The collection included the respect winning single, 'Perdition Naw' and its universality birthed an extended version, ''Bad Hair Extensions''.
Over the latest two years, Nasty C's profile has been all around decorated and perhaps only that of South Africa's driving rappers in AKA and Cassper Nyovest stand common on the scene.
It is 2018 and following some deferral, the much anticipated sophomore effort finally got discharged on Friday, July 6, and Nasty C, the skilled rapper who was nineteen when he discharged his introduction project, is by and by two years created with more stories to tell.
''Strings and Bling'' is his first project since penning an arrangement with Universal Music Group and the 17 track project features A$AP Ferg, Rowlene and Kaien Cruz.
The collection opens off with "Irritates", a catchy, energetic tune of him counting his endowments adjacent his annoys, which is caught up with the collection titled track, ''Strings And Bling'', a melody that starts with this violin theatrical beat that sounds like a clash of classic and urban production that adds an amazing feel to the music.
Over the continuous identity understanding chant of Kumbaya, Nasty C is the ghetto kid molding hard individual yet at the same time not reluctant to allow his emotions to uncovered, as he sings, ''Love just visits on your birthday night, Can't condemn a torn soul till you felt it's desolation, Now mend me with each one of these chains''.
Strings And Blings is church music, the sort of music that gets you on your knees confessing the transgressions you are yet to commit, as it recuperates and cleanses the significance of your soul click here to download the song.
Heretofore discharged singles, Jungle and King in like manner include unequivocally on the project as tracks where he rehashes his stay of going for the crown.
''No Respect'' is each rapper's gloating melody of commitment, while ''Legendary'' is as majestic as it is infectious.
On ''U Played Yourself'', Nasty C begins by saying, ''I will express all facts'', as he goes to give relationship advice.
South African craftsman/lyricist, Rowlene, who in like manner featured on 'Dreadful Hairs', influences an entry on one of the champion cuts, ''To send Me Away'' (SMA), a melody that touches terribly on divisions, with the second verse covering a clear exchange provoking the couples consequence.
''Another Down'' is an introspective tune with the correct musical elements, where he pushes his internal identity to the back seat and admits to his shortcomings.