At the premiere party for Run the Jewels new album, RTJ2, Nas surprised everyone by previewing a new track produced by the late great J Dilla. RTJ2 came out on Nas’ Mass Appeal label, so when he showed up to congratulate the duo he wanted to make it a little extra special. At first it
Lollapalooza has revealed their much anticipated 2014 summer festival lineup, and it’s fu**ing amazing. The festival organizers broke the internet early on Wednesday morning, after unleashing an impressive array of performing acts for this summer’s festival. Beginning with the largest and most impressive names, Chicago will see Outkast, Eminem, Kings Of Leon, and Nas bring
J. Cole used part of his sophomore album ‘Born Sinner’ to vent about a low point in his career during “Let Nas Down.” The song was written after Cole found out that Nas didn’t like his first single “Work Out.” In a pretty great hip hop moment, Nasir responded this weekend by rapping over Cole’s
Our own Lily Mays wrote a little on ‘The Art of Rap’ documentary which debuted at Sundance a but ago. Now we are blessed with random clips here and there. This morning’s goodness comes courtesy of two of the best, Eminem and Nas. Enjoy. via HHDX
Nas is easily one of my top 3 MC’s, but this year Esco may be taking a step back on that list. Nasty Nas ended up doing some X-Games promos which were fine, but what followed them up was this piece in promotion for the NFL Draft. I love my man Nas and I know
Vice has launched a series of ten videos featuring different celebrities explaining the craziest parties they’ve ever been to. The series is promoting Warner Brothers’ upcoming film Project X. The ‘party legends’ chosen include Snoop Dogg, Johnny Knoxville, Ken Jeong, Nas, Tyler The Creator, Christina Milian, Nick Swardson, Big Sean and A-Trak. With such an
Jay-Z became the first rapper to headline a show at the famous Carnegie Hall (Wyclef is not a rapper), and true to form he murdered it. He performed ‘Glory‘ for the first time and also brought out a resident New Yorker, Nas. Enjoy. [youtube width=”640″ height=”390″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6vUKSFKo9Q[/youtube] [youtube width=”640″ height=”390″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke1E9swclDU[/youtube] [youtube width=”640″ height=”390″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnA5C9iorDQ[/youtube] via Shes So Major via SC
To say that I am excited about this would be a drastic understatement. Available today from Mixstream.com. Is one of the best mixtapes I have had the pleasure of listening to. DOWNLOAD THE MIXTAPE HERE AT MICK’S SITE. (Top left of the page) Video teaser for illadelph/matic, a unique mix of rarities and remixes featuring
Hip Hop legend DJ Premier discusses linking up with Nas for the Regeneration project…he also confirms an upcoming Nas/Preemo album. Yes. Please. [youtube width=”640″ height=”360″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWxUZ2oRUMA[/youtube] (via XXL)
Some fire. Consequence of Sound gives the rundown: No less than two days after news surfaced of the Amy Winehouse posthumus album Lioness: Hidden Treasures, we have our first taste. Below, via Hot 97, you can hear a 2008 collaboration between Winehouse and Nas called “Like Smoke”, one of four previously unreleased tracks included on
Check out Nas’ new music video which he premiered today. It took about 3 minutes for it to be trending worldwide on Twitter. Thoughts? Nas – “Nasty” Music Video (NasirJones.com) from Nasir Jones on Vimeo.
This is fire. Following a 30-second snippet heard on Amazon back in May which left many fans foaming out the mouth, here is the official song in its entirety. The No I.D.-produced record will find its way on Common’s ninth studio album, The Dreamer, The Believer set to drop in November through Warner Bros. Records.