From Swizz Beatz’ recently released Poison album comes this collaboration with the living legend known as Nasir Jones. The Queensbridge emcee tears Swizz’ soulful production to shreds on this stellar track.
Man, if this title isn’t appropriate for the current run of Black Eyed Peas songs, I don’t know what is. The Black Eyed Peas have gone back to their roots and are no longer the super pop act that they were once upon a time. With that comes their latest album Masters of the Sun Vol. 1 and their song featuring Nas “Back 2 Hip Hop.”
DJ Green Lantern drops off a proper remix of Nas and Kanye West’s “Cops Shot the Kid.”
Nas connects with his Mass Appeal brethren Dave East on the Rapture soundtrack with the song “Nycha.” Over a brooding soul sample, the New Yorkers snap off.
Was gets busy alongside Future on the DJ Esco produced “Walk Thru” from Esco’s recently announced KolorBlind album. Nas is somewhere between Nasty and Escobar on this joint.
Nas took his legendary Illmatic album to The Kennedy Center and performed it in its entirety with a symphony orchestra. This is amazing.
Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda delivers the video for “Wrote My Way Out” featuring Nas, Dave East and Aloe Blacc.
With P2 out now, Dave East drops a short film for “The Hated” featuring Nas and documents the rise and fall of a pair of Harlem hustlers who idolized the wrong ones on their way to the top.
In the latest trailer for A&E’s upcoming documentary on the life of the Notorious B.I.G., you can catch both Nas and Jay-Z reciting bars from the legendary rapper. Both of them kick bars from “Who Shot Ya?” The documentary premieres on September 4th.
Nasty Nas salutes his fallen Queens soldier while in the Netherlands with a performance of “Shook Ones.”