Hip Hop fans were left craving for more as Nasty C pulled a top notch performance during his maiden Zimbabwe show at the Change a Life Concert held at Wingate Golf Club in Harare.
The 21 year old South African Hip Hop superstar was the main act at the concert organized by Impala Car Rentals whose proceeds are going to benefit the less disadvantaged children at the Alfred Dondo Foundation.
The concert lived up to its hype as the supporting acts, Jah Prayzah, Takura, King 98 and Ex Q made sure that they kept the fans were on their feet.
Nasty C showed so much energy and charisma on stage with electrifying performances which saw the fans singing along to most of his songs.
Songs like Hell Naw, UOK, SMA, Jiggy Jigga and Jungle from his latest album Strings and Bling were some of the crowd movers.
Whilst on stage, Nasty C took time to thank and appreciate the initiative to help orphans as he also grew up without a mother as he was raised by his father only.
“I want to say thank you to everyone who has made this show a success, you all have played a part in helping and supporting the children,” he said.
Watch: Nasty C Performing Live in Harare
Nasty C who was also performing for the first time in Zimbabwe said that the crowds at Wingate was one of the best crowds he has ever performed for in his career, adding that he loved Zimbabwe so much.
Jah Prayzah showed that music has no boundaries as he moved the Hip Hop crowds that had gathered at Wingate Golf Club. Label mates ExQ and Nutty O also made sure the crowds stayed on their feet as they also pulled stellar performances.
Wheel spinners Abisher Palmer, Dee Nosh, Ash Styles and Silent Dosh took turns to move the crowds on the turntables with a mix of Hip Hop and Dancehall hits.
Jah Signal made a surprise turn up as he wrapped up the show with some of his hit songs.