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Nasty C’s Ivyson Army Mixtape is set to be released in August this year

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After a successful Ivyson Army tour that run through the heart of Mzansi, Nasty C has dropped hints of his “Ivyson Army Mixtape” and its likely release date.

During a recent Twitch live stream, Nasty C disclosed that he will be releasing the most anticipated mixtape of the year within the first or second week of August.

He said, “I probably shouldn’t be telling you guys this, but I plan to drop the tape around, say the fifth, the first week of August or the second week of August, the fifth of August or the twelve of August. I will be in the States at that time and I come back in a month, so in September I’m back at it, back home, back touring again, it’s gonna be fun,” he added.

The mixtape includes a host of artistes like Cassper Nyovest, Nadia Nakai, Emtee, and Stilo Magolide who coincidentally appeared on the Ivyson Army Tour. He pointed out that the main single on the upcoming mixtape, “Born To Win”, features South African rapper Emtee.

In other news, Nasty C has reached 1 million followers on Spotify and thus becomes the first South African hip-hop artiste to reach that milestone.

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