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Nasty C enlists American rapper Domani on the Ivyson Army Tour

Domani

South Africa’s crooner Nasty C has invited US rap artist Domani to join his Ivyson Tour in South Africa.

The tour which takes place from May 7 till June 4, will make a number of stops in Bloemfontein (May 7th), Durban (May 14th), Cape Town (May 21th), Pretoria (June 3rd) and Johannesburg (June 4th).

The American rapper posted on his Twitter feed about his arrival in Jo’burg.

He posted:

Johannesburg is officially my second home. @Nasty_CSA had the red carpet rolled out for me and mines.”

Reacting to the arrival, Nasty said, “I’m so excited to have Domani come all the way from Atlanta, US to join me on the Ivyson Army Tour. Having spent time with him and his father, rap O.G.- T.I. during my visits in ATL. I’m really excited to transfer some of the energy we have in the studio to a live on-stage performance.”

Domani and Nasty C

This upcoming collaboration on tour follows the release of “Can’t Imagine”, Nasty C’s most recent smash hit single. Cassper Nyovest, Case-Klowzed, Tellaman, Zooci Coke Dope, Crowned Young, Audiomarc, DJ Kilamo and a host of other homegrown artists are expected to grace the tour.

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