Global multi-platinum rapper, Nasty C, teams up with mixtape legend, DJ Whoo Kid for their very first mixtape collaboration, “ZULU,” out now. The hot new project was created during the international lockdown with Nasty C and DJ Whoo Kid working side by side to put together a musical masterpiece for fans around the world. “ZULU” features two tracks from T.I., as well as songs with Landstrip Chip, iZZE, Mishlawi and crownedYung.
On June 12, the recent Def Jam signee, released “EAZY,” also featured on “ZULU” and the latest single from Nasty C’s forthcoming album, “ZULU MAN WITH SOME POWER.” The visual for “EAZY” brings the track to life with captivating scenes to match its rhythmic lyrics. On “EAZY,” Nasty C raps about putting in work, coming up from his efforts, and earning his way. He raps, “I’m right where I should be.”
Also featured on “ZULU” is Nasty C’s first-ever collaboration with Tip “T.I.” Harris for “They Don’t,” a powerful track created by the rappers in the wake of global unrest over rampant police brutality and racial injustice. On June 23, Nasty C and T.I. joined Late Night with Seth Meyers for a virtual performance of the protest anthem.
Proceeds from “They Don’t” are donated to Until Freedom, an intersectional social justice organization focused on addressing systemic and racial injustice, as well as investing in those who are most directly impacted by cyclical poverty, inequality, and state violence and Solidarity Fund, which provides social support, including access to food and shelter, for those in South Africa whose lives have been systemically and disproportionately affected by COVID-19.