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Nasty C And Cassper Nyovest Announce Joint Tour: ‘This Is An African Hip Hop Celebration’

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Nasty C and Cassper Nyovest, two of the biggest rappers in South Africa, have planned a combined tour throughout the continent of Africa for later this year.

“African Throne” will be the name of the forthcoming tour, which was revealed early on Wednesday.

The two kings will be travelling through Tanzania, Ghana, Zambia, Nigeria, Namibia, Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Ivory Coast, eSwatini, South Africa, and Mozambique, according to a promotional film for the trip, which is titled “Two Kings Share One Stage Together.”

Nasty C shared the news on his Instagram feed: “PSA!! ME & @casspernyovest ARE GOING ON TOUR VERY SOON!!! #AFRICANTHRONE! THIS IS A AFRICAN HIP HIP CELEBRATION & IM SUPER PROUD & EXCITED TO BRING YOU THIS EXPERIENCE WITH THE ONE & ONLY MUFASA! FUCKN HUGE!!!”

An hour later, Nyovest took to his personal Instagram to share: “Be scared. Me and bro @nasty_csa going on tour TOGETHER!! Can anybody say Hip hop? #AfricanThrone”

Nyovest and Nasty C will also tour the United Arab Emirates in addition to their performances throughout the continent, and they’ve suggested that additional dates will be revealed shortly.

After exchanging a few friendly internet punches over the years, Nasty C joined Nyovest last April for a performance at the after party of his Celeb City boxing exhibition match against Naak Musiq at Sun City.

They performed their popular duet “Jump” together, which also includes Anatii.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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