Nasty will be producing 7 episode weekly podcast produced by Nasty C and hosted by Moozlie. AMPD Studios by Old Mutual, will be backing the podcast which will be titled ‘Zulu Man With Some Power’,
The podcast launches on the 25th February and will be an inspirational and highly informative podcast. The “Zulu man” will be sharing his life experiences, his experiences in the music industry, touring the world and growing his brand across international boarders.
“I know I’ve been quiet but I’ve been working on something really cool and insightful for you guys. A big shout out to Old Mutual for supporting me on this,” he said regarding the podcast.
The podcast will feature some popular name who will be sharing on their journey in the entertainment industry as well as giving invaluable lessons on building a sustainable career in the entertainment industry.
Listeners can expect Justin Duran, J-Kits, Tellaman, Sizwe, Slikour and Black Coffee to be guests onthe Zulu Man with some Power podcast. The Zulu man with some Power podcast will be available on The official AMPD Studios sit, Apple podcast channel, Spotify podcast channel and on Nasty C’s YouTube among other podcast platforms.
Nasty C and Moozlie launch podcast
The podcast follows the Netflix documentary that Nasty C launched last year, Zulu man in Japan. The 48 minute documentary was launched last year on the 25th of September. The documentary covered his experience in Japan.
“Perhaps it’s because I’m not just a rapper. I’m an artist and I feel like Japan is the hub of art. Shout out to Red Bull for giving me the opportunity to expand my knowledge and creativity as far as art, fashion and music go. Japan is dope. The language barrier is not even much of an issue. People here are kind, have good energy and they love my work,” he said
Nasty C collaborated with some of Japan’s favourite artists which include JP the Wavey and Ricky and Yoshy. In all he recorded seven songs in eight days.
Nasty C shared so much about the Japanese culture, food, public transport and fashion. The artist was fascinated by the entertainment and music in Japan not to mention his experiences with famous actor, Rakan Abdulwhahid and his manager Colin Gayle as well as Nigerian- American designer Ugo Mozie.