Costa Titch Hints At Nasty C For Remix Feature!

Costa Titch took to Instagram to promote his single Durban Poison and to hint at fellow rapper Nasty C for a feature on the song’s remix.

Costa Titch Hints At Nasty C For Remix Feature! Costa Titch has already had impressive collaboration in his young, thriving career. From Riky Rick to Boity, DJ Maphorisa and DJ Switch, it seems most rappers and DJs want a piece of Costa Titch. Could Nasty C be joining the list soon?

Taking to social media recently, the high energy performer shared a snippet of his single ‘Durban Poison’ visuals and asked his fans to tag Nasty C to feature on the remix of the song. “Titch gang! I’m tryna get @nasty_csa to feature on a remix, please tag him in the comments and let’s see if we can make it happen, for those of you only hearing the song now it’s available on my debut album on all major streaming platforms,” Costa Titch wrote.

At the writing of this article, Nasty C had not yet liked or commented on Costa’s post despite thousands of comments tagging him. Could he have responded privately?

The visualizer for Durban Poison is up on YouTube and has just under 5000 views. The visualizer was shot by Agentina Fargo Film who was also worked on visuals for Titch’s Nkalakhata remix, and his most recent music video Areyeng featuring Riky Rick and superstar producer, DJ Maphorisa.

Watch the visualizer for Durban Poison here:

The young rapper had an extraordinary 2020 with his debut album Made in Africa being released, as well as walking away with two South African Hip Hop Awards for Best Collaboration and Best Remix for his song Nkalakatha featuring Riky Ricky and AKA. The rapper’s hit song was also nominated for Song of the Year at the awards show.

After a month of it’s release on digital streaming platforms, Made in Africa reached a monstrous 2.5 million streams. The album features a variety of features including Boity, Sjava, Tshego, Rouge and Cape Town’s very own Youngsta CPT.

Areyeng has been featured by Apple Music as one of the 100 best songs of 2020. The rapper also features on Apple Music’s ‘Africa Rising’ playlist, ‘Mzansi Hip-Hop’ playlist and ‘The New Mzansi playlist.

Add Made in Africa to your library here:

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