Nasty C will perform at the Electrowerkz music venue in Islington, London on Thursday, 11 October 2018.
Rapper Nasty C is currently touring his latest album of work titled Strings and Bling across Southern Africa on his Ivyson Tour.
The tour opened on Saturday, 6 October, in Durban to great success. The venue, Westridge Park Stadium, which was quite near capacity, saw the likes of Boity Thulo, Gemini Major and Mampintsha perform alongside the ‘King’ hitmaker.
In the week hiatus between his next tour date booking, Nasty C will head out to London to perform at the three-storey Electrowerkz music venue in Islington, on Thursday, 11 October.
The rapper excitedly took to social media to announce the London booking to his 1.5 million followers. “London!!!…I’m on the way,” he wrote.
Nasty C has performed at various international festivals over the course of the year, visiting Los Angeles, New York and Germany among others, as he has been affectionately dubbed by his international fans as ‘the coolest kid in Africa’.
Upon his return to South Africa, Nasty C will perform his Ivyson Tour at Melrose Arch in Johannesburg on Saturday, 20 October 2018.
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