Nasty C claims his new single, Crazy Crazy was inspired by the American musician Gregory Porter. Following the release of the song, he took to Instagram to make this revelation, which he labeled a fun fact. The fact garnered attention and reaction as many of his fans applauded him for the move, hoping it secures him an international win.
“The beginning of verse 2 on Crazy Crazy was inspired by the legendary Gregory Porter’s Real Good Hands. ‘Mama don’t you worry about your daughter because you’re leaving her in real good hands. I’m a real good man’,” he wrote.
“I see international awards coming your way,” a comment reads.
A few others expressed anticipation for his forthcoming album, believing it’s going to be a hit.
Source – Fakazanews
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