Nasty C Biography
Born Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, the 21-year-old rapper is also aptly known as The Coolest Kid in Africa.
He takes this role seriously because, as he says: “I never chase the dream, I design it.”
In 2017, Nasty C took home the Record of the Year gong at the South African Music Awards for his anthemic song, Hell Naw.
He also took home that year four Metro FM Awards for Best New Artist, Best Male Album, Best Hip Hop Album, and Song Of The Year.
The young gun originally shot to superstardom after releasing his instant classic, ‘Juice Back’ off his 2014 mixtape, Price City.
It was followed by a remix featuring Cassper Nyovest and DaVido.
Nasty C Early Life
Nasty C was born on the 11th Of February 1997 to South African parents in Soweto, Johannesburg. He was given the birth name, Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo.
He experienced a significant loss at a tender age when his mother passed away after being involved in a fatal car accident. He was barely eleven months old at the time.
So, he was raised by a single parent, his father, Mr. David Maviyo Ngcobo. His father held the position of a human resources manager in a firm in Durban.
Nasty C grew up alongside his older brother, Siyabonga Ngcobo. He credits his brother for influencing him musically and teaching him the ropes of sound production. As a result, he was barely nine when he started trying his hands on rap songs.
Nasty C Education
Nasty C completed his elementary and secondary school education at top schools in Durban. For his high school education, he attended Stretlitzia Secondary School, Lotus Park.
After completing his 12th grade, he chose not to pursue a university education. Instead, he focused his