Chanter Nutty O wows South Africans. This comes after he recently impressed the largely South African crowd in Rustenburg at the fifth annual Africa Unite Music Fest. His ability to impress any crowd could have been one of the reasons he is invited to some foreign shows with some international acts.
Dancehall exponent Nutty O is proving to be popular beyond the Zimbabwean audience. Nutty O shared the South Africa experience: “I brought the house down, both my Zimbabwean fans and a large South African fan dominated crowd was left amused.
“It’s not my first time being on a different crowd. I know I can deliver. I have been to a lot of places where you don’t get a Zimbabwean crowd that much, but I delivered and left the fans happy and feeling blessed about having to discover me,” said Nutty O.
“I am a mover and shaker. My energy affects the atmosphere I work in. “My confidence levels are unmatched and I am getting better with my stage every time,” he added.
Nutty O has also revealed that he has other shows in the pipeline. “Lot of shows but I am going back to South Africa soon and other shows to be announced. “I might be heading for Botswana soon,” he told H-Metro.
Meanwhile, the dancehall star has a collaboration with the alternative hip hop rising star Kae Chaps of the Juzi song.
Nutty O said it has been three years since they had planned to have a collaboration and he said the song will be released any time soon as a surprise. “Can’t reveal about the works I have with anyone right now. It is supposed to come as a surprise soon.
“Chaps has always been my friend for some time. I saw him rising. We are good brothers. “We always wanted to work since three years ago but I assure you when this drops it’s murder,” he said.