Lin-Manuel Miranda brings Nas, Dave East and Aloe Blacc together for “Wrote My Way Out” off of The Hamilton mixtape. Over an !llmind production, all three flex their lyrical chops.
Nas and Erykah Badu took their talents to The Jimmy Kimmel Show to perform “This Bitter Land” from the soundtrack of The Land.
Nas delivers an astounding a capella verse to jump off Robin Thicke’s new single.
It’s the return of Ox from “Belly” as the video for DJ Khaled & Nas’ “Nas Album Done” finds the duo doing all things luxurious.
DJ Rhude pulls together a batch of rare and unreleased Nas songs for “The Found Tapes Vol. 1.” What you’ll find on this mix will certainly hold you down until Nas’ next project. From “Don’t Stop” featuring Tha Dogg Pound to the original version of “Fetus,” this is a real treat for Nas fans.
Nas and Erykah Badu join forces for “This Bitter Land” off of the soundtrack of “The Land” (which Nas executive produced) about four teenagers from Cleveland who are willing to do anything to change their lives for the better. The song finds Nas rhyming over violins while Ms. Badu channels the energy of Nina Simone for this excellent song. Check out the movie On Demand on July 29th.
French Montana recruits Kanye West and Nas for the “Figure It Out” video. The trio hang out at an airline hangar as motorcycles zip around and do stunts.
The visuals for the J Dilla, Nas and Madlib joint “The Sickness” have arrived.
DJ Green Lantern continues his onslaught of remixing old songs from the vault and this time Nas gets the treatment.
For the mixtape, Nas game me a bunch of vocals from songs he wasn’t gonna use and I made new songs with those. “Cops Keep Firing” originally started as an extra verse he didn’t use on “Be A N*&^ Too.” I made a new beat, added the scratch hook and when he heard it he did a new second verse too it. Up until now it’s only been available on that mixtape (with shout outs, drops, etc). Here it is, CDQ and re-mastered for heavy knock in your Beats be Dre’s.
– DJ Green Lantern
What would happen if Dilla, Nas and Madlib collaborated? Well, here’s a taste as Nasty Nas rocks over a Madlib production (taken from the JayLib album) with a posthumous verse from J Dilla on the appropriately titled “The Sickness.” Off of J Dilla’s The Diary album dropping April 15.