Visiting South African rapper, Nasty C thrilled students during one of his tours of schools in Harare, with one student breaking down in tears after getting an autograph.

The multi-award-winning star, who is in the country for the Ivyson tour meant to inspire young people was at St John’s High School in Harare this Tuesday, where students got a lifetime experience with their music hero.

One form two pupil was ecstatic to have the opportunity to chat and have an autograph with her favourite rapper.

The South African rapper showcased part of why and how he keeps in touch with fans around the world through the way he connected with students at St Johns High School where he gave a short inspirational speech and urged students to chase their dreams.

“It does not matter where you come from, you can do anything as long as you put your heart in it,” he said.

He also explained why for the first time since the launch of the Ivyson tour in 2017 he has decided to take the tour internationally.

“I  have been able to tour and inspire young people back home, so that’s why I was like why not take it Internationally and give hope to kids outside South Africa too. I just want to inspire the kids, they should know anything is possible,” said Nasty C.

The Ivyson tour which is named after the 22-year-old South African rapper’s late mother Ivy, was introduced in 2017 by the rapper as a way of inspiring young people who feel they do not have what it takes to chase after their dreams.

The past editions of the Ivyson tour were limited to the multi-award winning South African’s home country.

Nasty C has this year featured Zimbabwean rising star, 21-year old King 98, in all of his shows in South Africa.