South African artiste calls for Dar support

17Jul 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
South African artiste calls for Dar support

SOUTH African artiste, Nsikayesizwe David Jr Ngcobo, premiered his three new songs in Dar es Salaam on Saturday and requested Tanzanians to support his music.

Nsikayesizwe David Jr Ngcobo

Ngcobo, whose three songs are from his album titled ‘Bad Hair Extensions’, promised his fans of more good music to come.

The artiste, who is famously known as Nasty C, is a rapper, song writer and record producer. He expressed hope his new songs will take his music a step further.

“I'm happy to premiere my three new songs in Tanzania, I hope this will take my music to great heights. I'm a musician who sings issues that touches peoples' everyday life,” he said.

The musician, who had collaborated with top musicians like French Montana, Wizkid, Davido and Casper Nyovest, was the youngest recipient for an award at the 2015 South African Hip Hop Awards, namely the Best Freshman Award.

He said collaborations with top artistes has helped his music reach new level and noted he does not sing to win awards.“I don’t go to studio to record a song so that I can win an award, I'm a musician who is inspired by everyday activities of people. My biggest accomplishment as an artist is that my songs touch the world,” he said.

Stephi Hill, the director of Ngcobo's tour's sponsors, MMI, described the singer as major artiste in Africa.

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