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Nasty C’s First Documentary, ‘Zulu Man In Japan’ To Be Released On Netflix

Nasty C fans are in for a treat with a 48 minute documentary that is scheduled to release on Netflix on Friday, September 25.

The South African rapper and producer’s first documentary film takes viewers on a visual experience of his journey and artistic exploration in Japan.

The “Zulu Man With Some Power” album maker posted the trailer of his upcoming film on his social media accounts.

He captioned the video: “25th SEPTEMBER! on @NetflixSA #ZuluManInJapan #ZMIJ @RedBullZA”.

Captured by Chris Nicols, the award-winning Durbanite is seen living carefree and collaborating with some of Japan’s hottest music acts, which include “JP The Wavey” and “Ricky and Yoshi”, among others.

His fascination with the culture, food, public transport and the overall level of normalcy that Japan afforded him comes across incredulously in the film.

Bleached hair, high-end fashion and fulfilling encounters with various creatives across entertainment and music, Nasty C shares his insightful experiences with the likes of Nigerian-American designer Ugo Mozie, actor Rakan Abdulwahid and his manager Colin Gayle who co-directed the project with Nhlakanipho Teddy Mkhize.

“Japan is dope. The language barrier is not even that much of an issue. People here are kind, have good energy and they love my work,”said the Zulu Man star.


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