This one is interesting. 21 Savage caught a lot of heat for saying that Nas wasn’t relevant in an interview but would clarify that he didn’t mean any disrespect. The old Nas may have fired off a diss track. The new Nas decided to reach out and work with the young rapper on the Hit-Boy produced song “One Mic, One Gun.”
Nas and Hit-Boy keep the good vibes rolling from King’s Disease III with a set of visuals for “Michael & Quincy” as the duo refer to themselves as the modern day Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones.
When he’s not busy breathing new life into the career of Nasir Jones, Hit-Boy is busy making dope music for himself. Joined by Curren$y, Hit-Boy drops the third installment of the “Tony Fontana” series.
Nasty Nas keeps the momentum going from his Magic album by releasing a video for “Ugly.” But maybe more important is that Nas will be touring with the Wu-Tang Clan for the NY State of Mind Tour beginning in St. Louis on August 30.
Nas shocked everyone when he dropped his second album of 2021 with Magic. The quality didn’t take a dip as Nas and Hit-Boy gave us the perfect gift to end the year. Three months after the album dropped, Nas releases visuals for “Wave Gods.” With DJ Premier taking us back to the era where we put speakers outside the window to bless the block, A$AP and Nasir take us on a journey through NY.
Nas stunned everyone by dropping another album alongside Hit-Boy with Magic on Christmas Eve. If, somehow, you missed it, you need to go ahead and hit play on “Wave Gods” that finds Nasty Nas alongside A$AP Rocky with cuts by DJ Premier. Certified banger.
Nas and Hit-Boy unleash a King’s Disease 2 song from the cutting room floor that ended up being a vehicle for his MasterClass session. “Big Nas” is the song for his class that teaches those to “find their inspiration, flow and how to turn life experiences into music.”
Do you like brunch? Do you like Sundays? Do you like “Brunch on Sundays?” Nas does. Hit-Boy does, too. The legendary rapper takes a lighter approach from his King’s Disease 2 album with his latest offering. Joining him at brunch are LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Cordae, Swizz Beatz, Lil Rel Howery and Nas’ daughter Destiny.
Nearly three decades ago, Nas had a song called “Life Is Like a Dice Game” that never made it on an album. But the song now gets a proper release with an updated beat from Hit-Boy and guest spots from Freddie Gibbs and Cordae.
Grammy award-winning emcee Nasty Nasir Jones is likely still celebrating his victory but found the time to drop a video for “EPMD” from his King’s Disease album with Hit-Boy riding shotgun.