So once upon a time, while working on the music video for his single “King” with America’s A$AP Ferg, the police had stormed the scene and made the Zulu Man With Some Power Nasty C and his pals uncomfortable.
The songster spoke on this encounter and more during his appearance on the set of “Here Comes the Break” podcast, a collaborative project by Def Jam Recordings and iHeart Media.
According to him, about 13 cops had popped on the scene, forcing them in a single line and making them show their IDs. He wasn’t prepared for this incident, which formed the basis of his song “They Don’t” with T.I., another American rapper.
By the way, Nasty C recently relocated to the United States as part of a deal he signed with Def Jam Recordings. He would have gone much earlier, but the coronavirus pandemic delayed his plans.
The songster has just released a single titled “Jack,” giving glimpses into his past in poverty and his determination not to fall back into that hole. The song is currently buzzing in South Africa.
Well, what do you think of Nasty C’s encounter with the cops during the shooting of the “King” video? You’re welcome to join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section below.