South African rapper, Nasty C, in his recent Zulu Man With Some Power podcast, has revealed his music retiring age.
While everyone thinks it's too early for the 24-year old rapper to make that known, he however briefly talked about it.
The award-winning rapper had TV personality, Sizwe Dhlomo on the episode, and when asked when he plans to stop doing music; the young star said he plans to retire young but as a legend.
"I don't care, I go out like a legend, you'll never get to say I fell off," he said.
Speaking specifically on his music retiring age, he said he is looking forward to his mid-30s, which could probably be when he is 35-years old.
Talking further on where he sees himself after 35 years of age, Nasty C said;
"I cannot tell you, but I have it figured out already. I'm going to this place that I love, it's like so left nobody would actually just move there or even retire there or think of retiring there, that's exactly where I'm gonna retire. I even started looking at like houses there and stuff, just to plan out my life. It's just gonna be me, my girl, if I have kids at the time, my kids just be out there. Come back every now and then to check my friends, my family."
Watch the episode of the podcast below.