Multi-award winning rapper Nasty C, is completely unstoppable and he is proving that talent is something he has in abundance.
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The rapper has officially made his second appearance on Netflix as his much-anticipated documentary Zulu Man In Japan has finally made debut on the international streaming platform.The 48-minute visual experience was captured by the equally talented Chris Nicols and it follows the rapper, as he is seen living carefree and collaborating with some of Japan’s hottest music acts, which include JP The Wavey, Ricky and Yoshi, among others. His fascination with the culture, food, public transport and the overall level of normalcy that Japan afforded him comes across incredulously in the film.
“I’ve always had this feeling that I was meant to visit Japan. I could never really explain it. Perhaps it’s because I’m not just a rapper, I’m an artist and I feel like Japan is the hub of art. Shout out to Red Bull for giving me the opportunity to expand my knowledge and creativity as far as art, fashion and music go,” said Nasty C.
As the doccie made it’s debut today, many have been Nasty C has graced Netflix before in Blood and Water speaking to ZAlebs about his role and the love he received following his appearance the rapper said, “The love has been amazing this was my acting debut, my first time on screen, l have been getting nothing but love.”
On the transition from rapper to actor, Nasty C says he wasn’t hard at all since he was just playing his real life role of producer.
“I wouldn’t say it was difficult but l was nervous in the beginning, to my advantage the character that l play is a producer which is something that l am in real life so it wasn’t that hard of a transition for me. The cast and the director really helped me walk right through. ”
The Durban rapper recently released his album Zulu Man With Some Power and it did exceptionally well. Nasty C said he was not competing with anyone and said the album is one for the books.
“I’m not competing with these guys, we are not playing the same game I’m dropping an album to update my fans on what’s going on In my life, but has nothing to do with anyone else.”
“It’s definitely a treat I don’t like describing it. I want fans to listen to it and like it for what it is.” Nasty C says he started working on the album 2-3 years ago and didn’t have any challenges besides the mixing and masterin