Undoubtedly the coolest kid in Africa, Nasty C has solidified himself as one of the biggest acts in the South African music scene. From clinching a PUMA endorsement and an international collaboration with French Montana, to scooping the biggest awards in the country, he continues to dominate local radio airwaves with hit singles such as “Hell Naw”, “Good Girls”, “Snapchat Hoes”, “Allow” and his latest release “U Ok”. His EP Bad Hair Extensions (2016) made history by being at the #1 spot on the iTunes chart for six consecutive weeks. He makes a debut on Coke Studio Africa 2017, where he is paired alongside Nigerian artiste Runtown.


Nasty C released his first mixtape One Kid a Thousand Coffins in 2013 followed by his sophomore project titled L.A.M.E EP a year later. On his late mother's birthday and the day before his 18th birthday, he dropped another mixtape Price City (2015). Nasty C released his major single "Juice Back" which later spawned a remix featuring Davido and Cassper Nyovest.

He was also featured on Anatii and Cassper Nyovest's collaborative single "Jump" in 2016. He is currently signed to Mabala Noise Entertainment. Nasty C’s debut album Bad Hair and Bad Hair Extensions EP have garnered him fans across the continent and made him one of the most sought after acts to book. His recent 3-city Ster-Kinekor Veliswa premier of three music videos for hit singles: “Don’t Do It”, “Phases & Good Girls” and “Snapchat Hoes”, have highlighted why Nasty C is in his own lane.


At the 2017 Metro FM Music Awards, Nasty C scooped four awards for Song of the Year, Best New Artist, Best Male Album and Best Hip Hop Album. He has also won the Best Freshman Award at the South African Hip Hop Awards. Performing at world class stages such as the Nickelodeon Fest, he keeps raising the bar with his music and his talent speaks volumes.


Nsikayesizwe David Ngcobo, who is better known by his stage name Nasty C, was born in 1997 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal Province. He started rapping at the age of nine, having been influenced by his older brother who was a producer at the time. He eventually mastered the process and started producing his own music. Nasty C got signed to a Durban based artist management company, Free World Music. Not needing much introduction, he has proven himself as a frontrunner and game changer on the continent. His passion, hard work, effortless lyrical flow and multiple hit singles make him one to watch again in 2017.