By Jeoffrey Mukubi
SOUTH African rapper Nasty C paid a little visit to Namibia recently for the activation of his upcoming Ivyson Tour Show, which is scheduled to be held at the Hage Geingob Stadium on 24 November 2018. The event was first scheduled to be held at the Palm Tree Park, but according to the organizers, tickets were sold out, but the demand was higher, because off the age limit being reduced. The String and Bling’s hit maker arrived in Namibia for a quick press conference and a series of activations at Cramers Ice Cream, University of Namibia, Namibia University of Science and Technology as well as Jan Jonker High School. Nasty C told the media present that he could not wait to come back to Namibia. “I love Namibia, I could not wait to come back,” he said. The “Coolest Kid in Africa” has added local rappers Romi, Lioness and KK to the lineup as openers of the show. He also said that more music is on his way. “I have been working so hard and I can’t wait for people to hear my new music,” he said. Nasty C is considered to be amongst one of the hardest working artists in Africa and has just released another song with Runtown titled ‘No Permission’. The globe trotter has been trending all over Britain and the United States of America on radio shows like Tim Westwood on Capital XTRA and Sway in the Morning on SiriusXM Shade45. These are arguably the biggest international rap platforms. Nasty C, has also reportedly partnered up with KFC on the #1120under5 campaign to fight against world hunger and with October being World Hunger Month, Nasty C along with KFC and other South African personalities plan to feed over 120 000 children.
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