Rappers are making worldwide news. From Eminem to Jay-Z to Nicki Minaj; almost everyone nowadays is either a singer or a rapper. Some sit on the streets playing music and singing to earn for charity, while some sit in their luxury mansions sipping wine and champagne.
Nevertheless, despite the contrast between the rich and the poor, rapping has snuck its way into our households and our streets as fast as it was born. But it’s not every day that we hear of a rapper as successful as Eminem, or as talented as Nicki Minaj. However, today we had finally come across an artist that fit all the descriptions of a good rapper.
Meet Nasty C, a South African young adult who was born into a well-reputed family. His rapping, although lesser known, certainly won our hearts over, especially with singles like “Don’t Do It” and “Juice Back”.
So when the question arises about his assets, we can only ever estimate. But some of our sources have cited his assets as reaching titanic proportions, and we’re just as happy as he is.
Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo (try saying that five times) was born on the 11th of February, 1997, in the Kwazulu-Natal Province in South Africa. His mother got mangled in a car accident when he was only 11 months old, and passed away shortly.
He was raised by his father, and at the meagre age of 9 he discovered his passion for rapping. He became acquainted with musical production and songwriting, and signed up with Free World Music.
His moniker, Nasty C, was chosen by his producer, and was mutually agreed upon. All his excitement and passion had found a home, and he decided to settle down with what he could get. His journey was just beginning, and little did he know that his passion would unfold into something even bigger.
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Later, he joined childhood inspiration and rapper AKA at the launch of his album “Altar Ego”. He describes it as a dream come true, and performing with him at a Durban festival was utterly fantastic.
In 2013, Nasty C released his first mixtape titled “One Kid a Thousand Coffins”, subsequently followed by “C L.A.M.E”. He then released a third mixtape in 2015, namely “Price City”, which featured his most popular and highly acclaimed single “Juice Back”. The single gained substantial recognition, and he became an internet sensation overnight.
Following that, he released his debut album “Bad Hair”, which was received spectacularly well by the music critics. The lead and debut single “Hell Naw” peaked at6 number 4 in numerous charts within South Africa, and he gradually became the most sought-after rapper in the province.
Later, he released “Bad Hair Extensions”, which featured smash hit single “Allow” in collaboration with American singer French Montana.
Net Worth of Nasty C
And his assets? Worth the notice. According to hundreds of sources, Nasty C has a net worth of approximately $250,000, which is shocking for his age.
We certainly hope that Nasty C finds success, fortune, and above all, happiness. Peace out.