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INTERVIEW: Nasty C talks new album, documentary, new book and working with PUMA

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INTERVIEW: Nasty C talks new album, documentary, new book and working with PUMA

We recently caught with Nasty C for a quick chat about upcoming projects and working with PUMA South Africa.
Nasty C recently celebrated a huge milestone and major numbers for his 2018 album ‘Strings and Bling.’ He was also named the most-streamed artist over the last 4 years in South Africa by Apple Music.

Adding to his brand, Nasty C shares a fruitful relationship with PUMA South Africa, which has been for years now and recently featured on the brands’ RS 9.8 campaign.

 

 

It is without a doubt that fans are already anticipating Nasty C’s next music project, which he confirmed the title as “Zulu Man With Some Power” and is on the way.

Here’s our chat with Nasty C:

You recently celebrated a huge milestone for your 2018 album ‘Strings & Bling’, how does that make you feel and did you foresee this when the album released?
Nasty C: It’s something that I knew was possible but I didn’t think it would be happening so early in my career. It feels amazing I’m grateful to all my fans.

 

What inspires the stories you tell on your music?
Nasty C:Things that I go through, things that my friends go through & the lifestyle I’m grinding for

 

What is Nasty C currently working on? Any collaborations?
Nasty C:I’m working on my next album “Zulu Man With Some Power”, a documentary, a book & some dope merchandise for my fans

 

Tell us about your relationship with PUMA South Africa? And why is PUMA the right fit for you?
Nasty C:I love the brand for their creativity and their gear is so comfortable. I’m always working long hours and jumping on & off stage so I need that.

 

Who are some of your style inspirations?
Nasty C:Young Thug & Future

 

How many pairs of sneakers do you have? And how do you decide which to rock?
Nasty C:I don’t even know. I lost count. It depends on the outfit of the day

 

Should we expect Puma x Nasty C sneaker collaboration in the future?
Nasty C:We have been discussing it so perhaps in the future.

 

 

And for those who want to cop the RS 9.8 Space kicks worn here by Nasty C, they’re retailing at R1599 and can be purchased at PUMA, Sportscene, The Cross Trainer, The Office, Superbalist, Side Step, Jack Lemkus and selected retailers.

 


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