Nasty C might just be one of SA celebrities who are addicted to Snapchat filters, thanks to the app we got see how he would look as a woman and now he shows just how a baby version of him looks like.
The filter shows the chubby Nasty who looks so adorable you could hold out your hands and jibble his cheeks. If the filter wasn’t so common it would be so awkward to see these stars look like that. Nasty C looks like something you’ve never seen before, this probably makes up for the baby images of him the public hasn’t seen.
In addition to all the star recently took over the number one spot on Metro FM as the biggest song in the country, it is also number one on the radio monitor chart that compiles records of all most played songs on radio. On YouTube the song has over 3 million views, now if Nasty C doesn’t inspire you, nothing else can
Ty Dolla $ign has linked up with the multi-talented star J.Cole to deliver the most perfect single Purple Rain aimed at appreciating women they consider to be real.
Ty$ revealed the song came about during a New York City studio trek in a recent Instagram post and elaborated more with Zane Lowe’s Apple Music show on Monday.
“I was at this studio called Jungle City in New York working on Yandhi with Kanye [West],” he recalled. “I just took over the top room I had a whole separate room he had the bottom floors. And then just turns out Cole was in the room right next to me.
“When I saw him I was like bro I got something to play you and he’s like I got something to play to you so I went to his studio and heard everything he was working and then I’m like, ‘yo I just did this one I thought would be crazy for both of us, so he came in my room I played it for him immediately and he did his verse in five minutes.”
Ty Dolla $ign - Purple Emoji feat. J. Cole [Official Audio] - YouTube
Ty also gave a shout out to J.Cole for coming though to make such a dope single available for download on Apple store.
“Shout out to Cole for just being in the room with me like that. It’s not often you can meet an artist that prolific, that big in the game that will just like ‘alright let’s do it right now what’s up where the mic at?’”
Dr Dre is a man that needs no introduction in the Hip Hop world for his legendary contribution to the genre that has benefited other successful artists. The music producer has lately been accused of clout chasing for acting like he was in Nipsey’s corner when he was alive.
During one of the interviews Nipsey addressed his views about Dre and claimed he didn’t support him on anything although he wante to work with him on more than one occasion.
“What I said about the Dre situation was just me being a real nigga,” Nip said. “It wasn’t like a direct shot. It was just like me speaking what was true to me at the moment. We doing us, and we gonna push regardless of co-signs, help, people coming down dropping ropes. I felt like if I’m sitting back in the game, and I’m watching Nipsey Hussle, and I’m watching Dom Kennedy, and I’m watching YG at that moment developing a situation, I just felt like what I would do — I wouldn’t spend money.
Nipsey Hussle speaks about his differences w/ Dr. Dre, Cali Hip Hop, and Crenshaw - YouTube
I don’t care how nobody feels about this. Dre should not be near any Nipsey tribute or anything related to Nip. He didn’t support him while he was here. And we shouldn’t let him gain clout off his death idc https://t.co/r8CGgprbz8
A lot of you think I’m saying he can’t get new fans or that Dre shouldn’t support and nah. I’m saying how it’s ridiculous a legendary gatekeeper in the game avoided, ignored, and passed on a huge movement in his city for 12 years. Only time Dre can give dude love is in death?
YoungstaCPT is the latest rapper to win Verse Of The Month March of his single Old Kappie.
SlikourOnLife invited the rapper to decipher the meaning behind the verses of his song. The song is featured on his latest debut album titled 3T which he stated as the best portrayal of his being for the story it entails through each verse and and beat.
The verses he deciphers start off with ‘Do I look like a criminal/Just because I am wearing different clothes/Stereotypes makes it hard/ I thought society was liberal.”
He said that the first part of the verse is about how colored people are being perceived as criminals as gangsters, and how they are viewed negatively by the society.
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YoungstaCPT Decodes His "Old Kaapie" Verse - YouTube
When you a celebrity as big as as AKA it comes as no surprise when you hit a point of tiredness where you wish you could give one day to walk down the strees with no hassle, just a day to give it all up.
AKA has thrown around all kinds of flags that had tweeps conclude that he might be going through an emotional and mental turmoil. The first tweet was him wishing he could un-meet some people and how he just doesn’t care about things anymore.
His fans assumed that there is trouble in paradise, that he is having some lover’s tiff with DJ Zinhle who recently revealed that he got back together with after years of separation. His other tweet read: “Professionally I’m killing it … personally, i have no fucking idea what I’m doing.”
It seems he has reached a point where he is unsure of a lot of things, “Surely there has to be more to life than making hot records,” he wrote.
Stogie T took to twitter to share his views about DJs by implying that all they do is press play when playing for artists. He was looking for clarification on what DJs think about during the play.
Stogie mentioned DJ Vigilant, DJ Fanatic, DJ Dimplez, DJ Super Nova, DJ Capital and DJ Milkshake.The DJs were more than willing to share their views on what Stogie said.
“I have always wondered what DJs think about when they are playing for an artist. Especially when all you are doing is pressing play,|” wrote the By Any Means rapper.
DJ Capital was the first to answer and clarified that DJing is more than just about playing. “it’s more than just pressing play. It’s about the overall synergy. Knowing when to cut and enhance the artist’s performance overall. Some artists have hype men, others don’t.”
“For me it should be about the synergy (artists+dj/band) the timing is important, knowing when to backup/hypeman the artist especially if they using backtracks, some could be engineers to save costs.” wrote DJ Vigilant.
Firstly, incorrect tag. Lol. Secondly, it’s more than just pressing play. It’s about the overall synergy. Knowing when to cut and enhance the artist’s performance overall. Some artists have hype men, others don’t.
Well it depends, if its their job to hype up an opening set before the artist comes on and probably get on the mic during the performance then its all about getting that timing, flow and energy right @DJEASE does more then press play but maybe he could shed some light?
Sjava has once again made it clear that he won’t be defined by knowing good English to secure a certain societal position instead he takes pride in using his home language, IsiZulu.
Sjava is one artist who is the best inspiration to African people by using his own home language no matter where he is in the world, his music is sang in Zulu and most of his interviews he responds in Zulu. Now one twitter user who has since deleted her tweet seemed to share views on Sjava’s failure to speak English fluently, and he clapped back in the funniest way ever.
“Ngikhulele eRank futhi loko ngeke kuze kushintshe wena khuluma esakho isingisi sase havadi.” wrote Sjava. This merely translate to “I grew up at a Rank and that’s never going to change, you go ahead and speak your English from Havard.”
Tweeps couldn’t stop laughing at how he even wrote “havard”, the tweet had most people find comfort for not speaking English fluently:
Rapper Luna Florentino thinks that the best way to make money in music is to export and sell it to other countries.
Luna proved to be impressed by how Meek Mill is able to export and sell his music to other countries through his concerts with each earning him over R5 Million. Florentino saw this strategy as the best form of escalating the status of SA Hip Hop.
The Mariach rapper highlighted that SA hip Hop is miles away from where it’s suppose to be because it lacks better ways to market it’s music in the global spectrum.
“Meek Mill was booked to perform in Dubai for $450K. Thats over R6M for a show. That should show you how far SA Hip Hop is from where its supposed to be. We need to EXPORT our music and culture and sell it to other countries the way they been selling their cultures to us.|”
Meek Mill was booked to perform in Dubai for $450K. Thats over R6M for a show. That should show you how far SA Hip Hop is from where its supposed to be. We need to EXPORT our music and culture and sell it to other countries the way they been selling their cultures to us.
— FRESH PRINCE OF RUSTENBURG (@LunaFlorentino_) May 19, 2019
The likes of Cassper Nyovest and Rouge also shared how SA Hip Hop is not in the state it’s suppose to be. ”
“Hiphop needs saving hey …. We all need to reflect and come back cause its a desert out here. . We barely even feature with one another these days or is it just me, somethings up…. Yea, It’s time to drop.” wrote Rouge.
“South African Hip Hop has sooo much hate. Dawg, My success is your success, your success is my success!! We are Hip Hop!! Why does it have to be like this? I don’t understand…I remember the days we used to celebrate that a hip hop artist won best male…Now it’s dark.” wrote Cassper.
It is no hidden fact that rapper and music producer DJ Speedsta doesn’t shy in expressing his views as honestly as he can. He now shared on social media that he is not really concerned about people who catch feelings when he gives them a piece of his mind.
“I speak my mind and I express MY feelings. It makes sense in my head, some of you are catching L’s in the conversation – no cap !!! It is what it is, as much as we pretend. We don’t all like each other, I personally don’t like some of my peers. It is what it is!|”
The DJ wrote that he had a podcast interview last week that consisted of uncensored content, he said it was real which means that he was as honest, free and straight-forward as he ever been.
“I did a interview with the sobering podcast last week. They got me Cosy In a room and we had a uncensored conversation. One of the realest conversations I’ve ever had!! The episode drops sometime this week, I’ll post the link when it drops. Listen to that thing, trust me!!!!” he wrote.
All of this means that if you caught feeling from Speedsta’s view then you might as well swallow the L and get on with the Living.
I did a interview with the sobering podcast last week. They got me Cosy In a room and we had a uncensored conversation. One of the realest conversations I’ve ever had!! The episode drops sometime this week, I’ll post the link when it drops. Listen to that thing, trust me!!!!
The lawsuit against the trio rap group Migos doesn’t seem to reach an end, the rappers are denying claims brought against them by clothes designer Marcus Clark.
Marcus pressed charges against the Migos back in 2017 for failing to pay him for the clothes he designed for their music video of Bad Intentions featuring R&B Niykee Heaton. The total of the money he is suing for is approximately R14 382 350,00.
The clothes were the ones which were worn by Heaton, Clack sued for unreturned clothing and accessories. He also claimed that there were damages to the clothes. The designer is suing them R287 500,00 for the clothing and accessories, R5 750 000,00 for general damages and another R8 625 000,00 for special damages.
Migos claim they paid the designer for the items and deny committing any fraud.