Before Nas and Mary J Blige hit the road, the duo team up for “Thriving” to remind you of what this duo can do together after more than two decades in the game. Hit play and look for them to hit a city near you.
Large Professor reflects on his contributions to Nas’ Illmatic as the 25th anniversary approaches. Extra P discusses the making of “Halftime” and his interactions with Nasir Jones over the years.
With the 25th anniversary of Illmatic happening on April 19th, Mass Appeal and Hennessy are teaming up for an 8-part series that talks about the creation of the album with those most important to the process. First up is Pete Rock as he discusses the making of “The World Is Yours.”
For whatever reason, Nas decided to drop a video for each song from his NASIR album. The next video comes in the form of The-Dream and Kanye West-assisted “Everything.”
Nas blesses us with another set of visuals for the Kanye West-produced “Adam & Eve” from his NASIR project released last summer.
One of the standout tracks from the Nas and Kanye West collaboration NASIR gets a visual treatment. Nas laments about the perils of police brutality in the African American community over Kanye West production and Slick Rick makes a cameo.
The Black Eyed Peas had gone back to their roots with their latest album Masters of the Sun and cut loose a video for the Nas-assisted jam “Back 2 Hip Hop.”
One of the standout tracks from Swizz Beatz’ Poison album was “Echo” featuring Nas. And now that song gets a matching set of visuals as the duo sharing screen time for the video.
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.”