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Pics! Inside Nasty C’s Private Party At The Atlanta Trap Museum

Pics! Inside Nasty C’s Private Party At The Atlanta Trap Museum. Nasty C has been rubbing shoulders with some of the world’s hottest talent. Recently the multi award winning rapper has been hanging out with the likes of Ari Lennox, Snoop Dogg, DJ WhooKid and Earthgang’s Johnny Venus.

The Black and White rapper and Def Jam Records recently hosted a private invite only party at Atlanta’s Trap Music Museum on the 3rd of May 2021. The event was attended by journalists and stars from the city to celebrate the rapper. The event was so exclusive that Nasty’s pictures were hanging from the walls with his music playing all night.

The rapper even had his album cover around around various food items that were being served at the event. Check out the pictures from his event.

Nasty C has mentioned that he has upcoming music with DJ WhooKid. The two are currently working on a mixtape they’ve already titled ZULU 2 that will follow up their 2020 mixtape ZULU. Def Jam announced that the ZULU mixtape was the most streamed mixtape in South Africa. He has not announced an official release date but fans can expect him to drop anytime in 2021.

The successful rapper has been doing amazing things since the start of 2021. The rapper teamed up with Old Mutual to release his Zulu Man With Some Power Podcast that featured an exceptional list of big names in the entertainment industry both locally and internationally.

He mentioned that he plans to expand his empire by releasing a clothing brand as well. The rapper has had merchandise for his music but a clothing brand is quite unexpected from the rapper. He also had said that people would ask him where he gets his certain items of clothing he says he doesn’t remember but they are clothes that he’s designed.

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