Tall Racks Records boss Nasty C is set to inspire and change the world. But the rapper, who Cassper Nyovest described as having had the best year, has at the back of his mind the old proverb that charity begins at home. He would start inspiring/ changing the world right from his own “backyard” – his hometown of Durban.
He made this clear in a recent chat with TshisaLIVE.
“I just want to be that kid that came out of Africa and really did it. Like not just in music but in business as well. And I want to do it for other young’ins as well,” said the “Strings and Bling” master mind, who is also aspiring to the billionaires’ club and to dominate the world.
So, as a matter of course, Nasty C visits home often so the kids back home can see themselves in him and be inspired to fight their way to the top as well. it is only a matter of time, he said, so long aa they work hard:
“We don’t have a close source of inspiration to show us it’s possible. That’s why I make it a point to always go back home. I go to Durban to make sure that they see me. Right there living with them. A person who is like them, normal… so they can see that it’s just a matter of time and hard works that makes us different but we all able. They see me so much that they see themselves in me.”
Nasty C documented his successes this year. It would equally be an inspiration for the Durbanites.
With the plans already on the ground, 2019 will surely be lit for Durban kids who see themselves in the light of their young idol. Tall Racks Records is here to give life to their dreams.