Nas celebrates Black excellence with his new song from the HBO series “Between the World and Me” with “Fallen Stars Flying.”
Nas keeps rolling with videos from his stellar King’s Disease album. This time, the Queensbridge emcee is joined by Big Sean and Don Toliver on the Hit-Boy produced “Replace Me.”
Statik Selektah is in the process of finishing up his next album The Balancing Act and brings together Nas, Joey Bada$$ and Gary Clark Jr. for “Keep It Moving.”
While we’re still playing Nas’ latest album King’s Disease, the Queensbridge rapper drops a video for “Spicy” featuring Fivio Foreign and A$AP Ferg. The trio hit the streets to represent with slick set of visuals.
Nasty Nas delivered with his King’s Disease album produced entirely by Hit-Boy. To keep the momentum going, Nas drops the video for “Ultra Black” which serves as a visual love letter to pro-Blackness.
Nas is dropping a new album and it’s coming sooner than you think. The Queensbridge emcee will drop King’s Disease on August 21st and goes “Ultra Black” with Hit-Boy behind the boards on the album’s first release. He’s the opposite of Doja Cat so you know he means business.
To kick off the 2020 BET Awards, Public Enemy properly read the room and brought in Nas, Black Thought, Rapsody, YG and Jahi to revamp their classic song “Fight The Power.” As relevant now as it was 31 years ago, each emcee brings their own flavor to the 2020 version of the song.
Fresh off of two GRAMMY wins, Lil Nas X and Nas team up for the remix to “Rodeo.” This comes directly after Big Nas helped Lil Nas on stage at the Grammy Awards to perform the remix for the first time.
After doing his thing in Hulu’s Wu-Tang: An American Saga series as Method Man, Dave East gets back to his rhyming roots of the present day alongside Nasty Nas on “Godfather 4” produced by DJ Green Lantern.
Nas drops the video for “War Against Love” from his The Lost Tapes 2. The Jason Goldwatch directed video juxtaposes feats of love in humanity with man-made destruction that often offsets the good in the world. The message is clear: choose love.