SA's very own Nasty C announces major US talk show performance!

SA's very own Nasty C announces major US talk show performance!

The Durban-born rapper is making waves internationally and we love to see it!

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In August 2020, Nasty C dropped his phenomenal album, 'Zulu Man With Some Power', which boasted an impressive list of 20 tracks and even featured some other musical heavy hitters like T.I and Ari Lennox.

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The album received rave reviews across the country, but also garnered a lot of love from around the world.

With its release, the rapper even got a billboard in Time Square, New York City! The Spotify New Music Friday featured the artist for a full 24 hours, which is an incredible achievement for any artist, nevermind a South African one.

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Since then the album has racked up millions of streams and has been evidence that his international crossover, which he has been working towards for eight years, has been successful.

But 'The Coolest Kid In Africa' is taking another step towards musical world domination with his latest boss move.

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Everyone knows that if you really want to make it in the music industry you have to perform on some of the biggest talk shows. 

Think 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon', 'The Late Late Show with James Corden', and of course, the mother of all talk shows, 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.

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And Nasty C has just confirmed that he will be doing just that.

Taking to social media to make the announcement, the artist revealed that he will be taking the Ellen stage alongside collaborator Ari Lennox.

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As it turns out, the duo will be performing their track 'Black & White', which also features on the 'Rhythms of Zamunda - Coming 2 America' soundtrack.

If you have not yet heard the track then a) it's time to get out from that rock you've been hiding under, and b) you can check out the music video below:

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The COVID-19 pandemic might have put a stop to his tour schedule, but clearly, there isn't anything that can really slow down the Nasty C global takeover.

And honestly, it's about time!

For more of the best Darren, Keri, and Sky moments, listen here:

Main image courtesy of @Nasty_CSA/Twitter

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