David Ngcobo, also known as Nasty C is a South African rapper. He’s fast gaining waves of interest in his local music industry with his fresh sound which is setting him apart from his peers.
Nasty C has claimed that he started rapping when he was nine years old, and was influenced by his older brother who was a producer then. He eventually started rapping to his brother’s beats and before long, a local artist management company called Free World Music signed him.
The stage name ‘Nasty C’ was given to him by the first producer he ever worked with, and from the beginning of his rap career he’s been influenced by international hip hop rappers such as American rappers T.I, Lil Wayne, Drake, Kendrick Lamar as well local South African rappers such as AKA, Khuli Chana and Reason, who he says still inspire him because of their work ethic.
In 2013, he got to meet one of his role models, rapper AKA, at his Alter Ego album launch. Later that year he got to join AKA on stage during performance a performance at a Durban festival; an experience he highlights as one of the best in his entire career and life.