Universal Music Africa and Def Jam Recordings frontliner, Nasty C has released his new record titled “Eazy”. This acts as a follow up to his T.I collaborated song “They Don’t”. “They Don’t” is a song about the Black Lives Matter movement but on Blasian Beats produced “Eazy,” the rapper takes a new direction.
“Zulu Man With Some Power” happens to be the rapper’s forthcoming third studio album and the tune, “Eazy” is a cut culled out from the complete puzzle which is the above listed album. Nasty C certainly shows off his power with this release. The visuals enhance the song’s message of him reaping the rewards of hard work and believing in the vision. It features alluring scenes and graphics to fully emerge the listeners into the tune—and fans certainly agreed.
The visuals for ‘Eazy’ was nothing short of excellence as the most of it is pictured in a black and white scenery coupled with artistic glimpses. It depicts the rapper right in the middle of a cynosure with his affirmations about victory and how easy his life has been.
Although the rapper gave a hint about the album but he is yet to unveil it’s release date, probably an intentional attempt to keep his fans and community in suspense. “Eazy” is Nasty C’s fourth song of the year. It is clear he continues to remain hard at work as there’s a lot of attention on him now.