Nasty C invites TI’s son, Domani Harris on ‘Ivyson Army Tour’ [watch]

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Award-winning rapper Nasty C invited a special guest to perform at his Ivyson Army Tour in Bloemfontein on Saturday 7 May. The Juice Back hitmaker took the stage with American rapper TI’s son, Domani Harris, who was the only international act on the lineup. 

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NASTY C, TI AND DOMANI 

Nasty C has formed incredible relationships with American rappers including TI and his son Domani. The local rapper collaborated with TI on his track They Don’t, released in 2020. The track formed part of the 25-year-old’s record-breaking, Zulu Man With Some Power

Nasty C collaborated with TI’s son Domani on his track Friends released on his 2021 album, SkyDive

As per TshisaLive, Domani mentioned Nasty C as one of his favourite rappers on a comedy podcast, 85 South Show

LISTEN TO ‘FRIENDS’ HERE 

‘IVYSON ARMY TOUR’

Nasty C’s five-show Ivyson Army Tour kicked off in Bloemfontein on Saturday 7 May. Taking to Instagram on Thursday 5 May, Domani called Johannesburg his “second home”. 

“Nasty C has the red carpet rolled out for me and mines,” wrote the American rapper. 

Other local acts who hit the stage on 7 May include Cassper Nyovest, Tellaman, Zoocci Coke Dope and Audiomarc. 

TAKE A LOOK AT SOME HIGHLIGHTS HERE 

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NASTY C PARTNERS WITH ACTIVISION 

American video game publishing company Activision has partnered with Nasty C to sponsor his Ivyson Army Tour

The publishing company is best known for the successful video games, Call of Duty, Guitar Hero, Crash Bandicoot and the Tony Hawk game series. 

Taking to Instagram to celebrate the sponsorship, Nasty C wrote: “This is f*ckin crazy! If you know me then you know how much of a big deal this really is to me. F*ck! Let’s goo.” 

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