Nasty C’s Ivyson Tour is back and comes to the City of Roses next month.
The rapper and producer will be hitting six South African cities between September and October and Bloemfontein is lucky to be among them.
Taking to social media to spread the word, Nasty C said the tour is back in full effect and all that is left is for fans to buy their tickets and stand a chance to see him perform his numerous hits.
The Hell Naw rapper teased two singles last month from his upcoming album, giving fans hope that he might debut new music during the tour.
Ivyson Tour will be in its third year this 2019. It has by far been a successful musical journey that has groomed Nasty C as an artist and given fans a chance to be closer to their favourite star. Now the time to give people more of him has come.
The artist who recently visited Atlehang Secondary School in Bloemfontein to promote the upcoming tour is yet to disappointed, with a sold-out crowd expected on 11 October during UOFS RAG Farm.
Speaking ahead of the tour, the rapper said: “I’m so excited to present the third installment of Ivyson Tour. Each year it gets bigger and better and I have some new and exciting things for my fans this year.”
He noted, “There’s a lot of exciting things for fans on the night. I’ve been in the studio in the last couple of months and we can’t wait to share what we have with them.”
Nasty’s sophomore album, 2018’s ‘Strings and Bling’ went multi-platinum on the anniversary of its release. The emcee is also releasing his third album before the end of 2019, on which he worked with No I.D., T.I, and other surprising artists.