Nasty C nominated at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2019 0

Nasty C, better yet, the Zulu Man With Some power is already winning majorly in 2019 already having scooped an award at the SAMAs this year with promising major prospects wins at the upcoming Afrimma awards where he is nominated in nine different categories being one of the African artistes who has a lot of nominations at the award show slotted for later on this year in Dallas Texas, 6th, 7th October.

Nasty C is on top of the world right not, both locally, in the African region and internationally thanks to hip hop.

Hip Hop is set to honor him yet again at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2019 should he win at the category where he is nominated in.

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Nasty C has been nominated in the category of ‘Best International Flow’ which will see him go head to head with the best of the best artistes in the entire world.

BET has officially released the list of the nominated artistes in different categories generally and South Africa is super excited for Nasty C as he represents us being the only South African nominee in the mentioned category of ‘Best International Flow’.

This is Nasty C’s second BET Awards nomination with the first one coming from the BET Awards franchise for the category of International Act: Africa back in 2017 which he lost to Wizkid real name Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun. This is his first nomination in the BET Awards Hip Hop Awards franchise.

Nasty C gets his second BET Awards nomination going head to head with the greats in the world. He will be going against fellow African rappers; Falz and Sarkodie. Source: @nasty_csa/Instagram

Nasty C gets his second BET Awards nomination going head to head with the greats in the world. He will be going against fellow African rappers; Falz and Sarkodie. Source: @nasty_csa/Instagram

The Zulu Man With Some Power will be going against Falz(Nigeria), Sarkodie(Ghana), Ghetts(U.K.), Kalash(France), Lil Simz(U.K.), and Tory Lanez(Canada).

BET Hip Hop Awards 2019 is scheduled to be at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Georgia, United States on 6 October 2019.

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