After almost a year of waiting for one of the most talented rappers in South Africa to drop, Nasty C finally released his debut album titled Bad Hair. Just minutes after its release Twitter went wild as they hailed and proclaimed Nasty’s work as genius.
On the day of its release I tried to avoid listening to the album because I knew that my views would be influenced by the hype on social media with numerous websites and blogs already having full reviews on their pages. I was also using that time to try and figure out why Nasty C, an artist who has the potential to go Gold in a day, would release his debut album for free?
I’ve been bumping the album throughout the weekend and I have to say that when it comes to its music value and quality of production; Bad Hair is one of the dope albums out right now. It’s easy to hear that Nasty has been working on his craft as a producer and recording artist. I can however say that from what I hear with regards to Nasty's subject matter, I think Bad Hair is a dope project which was obviously originally meant to be dropped either last year or earlier on in the year. The songs are cool, but I wanted to hear what 2016 Nasty has to say about life now after putting the rap game on its toes, yet most of the tracks were reminiscent of Nasty’s Price City Mixtape. It’s a great “Part 2” to Price City and Nasty can now say that he has two solid bo ... Read Full Review