Nasty C Reacts To American Rapper Domani Plugging ’85 South Show’ Hosts To His Music
Nasty C Reacts To American Rapper Domani Plugging ’85 South Show’ Hosts To His Music. Nasty C has made some serious connections during his time visiting the US. Nasty C has gone on to met his Hip Hop influences and has received several international nods. The rapper recently received a shout out on his favourite podcast. Nasty C’s day was made by American rapper Domani Harris who had nothing but good things to say about him on the comedy podcast called 85 South Show.
Domani is the son of legendary American rapper T. I and during his appearance on the comedy podcast was speaking to the hosts, about artists in the Hip Hop scene. Domani spoke of how dope Nasty C is an artist and even got a snippet of Nasty C’s track, Jack played on the popular podcast. The South Ahh rapper was more than delighted with the shoutout he received as he reshared a clip of the moment. In his reaction, Nasty C revealed that he is a huge fan of the YouTube show. “Yooooo!!! Im such a fan of this show!! S/O my boi @Domani!! Love bro” wrote the rapper.
Domani in the clip is heard saying to DC Young Fly, Chico Bean and Karlous Miller “Nasty C … do yol know Nasty C? He’s a dope artist, he’s from Africa. Young dope artist … Shoutout to Nasty C,” remarked. Nasty C features on Domani recently released project, Skydive. The South Ah rapper features on track 7, called Friends, on the album. The two rappers linked up early this year when Nasty C was in the US and it is possible that is when the song was recorded. Nasty C has formed quite the relationship with the Harris’s as he has been able to work on music for both father and son.
When it comes to international nods, Nasty C is no stranger to them. He is currently up for nomination for a BET Hip Hop Awards. Nasty C has been nominated several times in the Best International Flow category and hopes are high that this time, Nasty will walk away victorious. The rapper is nominated up against Ladipoe (Nigeria), Little Simz (UK), Dave (UK), Gazo (France), Laylow (France) and Xama (Brazil). The 16th annual BET Hip Hop awards take place on Wednesday, October 6.