Nas is having 2nd thoughts on the title for his new album, and is thinking about making a change
We got a rip from Flex yesterday, now we have the full CDQ/No DJ version of Nas’ new single “Nasty.
Nas announces the title of his new album and first single, and also performs "It AInt Hard To Tell" and "Made You Look"
Havoc speaks on a possible collaborative LP with Mobb Deep and Nas
Nas sits down with Billboard and speaks on his upcoming which will be 10th studio album
Nas announces that Lost Tape 2 has been officially cancelled
[twitter=Nas]Nas[/twitter] and Damian Marley drop off visuals for “Nah Mean” from Distant Relatives
[twitter=Nas]Nas[/twitter] appears in the shadows with Funny or Die for a new skit
With [twitter=ProdigyMobbDeep]Prodigy[/twitter] fresh out of jail, Mobb Deep’s back bangin’ out records as they link up with fellow QB legend Nas for “Dog Shit” produced
Fans of [twitter=nas]Nasir[/twitter] have been anticipating the release of Lost Tapes 2 since it was announced a while back. After a letter to Def Jam
For [twitter=therealswizzz]Swizz Beatz[/twitter] Monster Mondays leak this week he brings out “Top Down” featuring Nas. “Top Down” originally appeared on Swizzy’s One Man Band album,
Ron Artest drops a new track, “Who Are You,” from his mixtape Balli’n which drops All Star Weekend. The track features [twitter=Nas]Nas[/twitter], too bad Ron
Uncle Sam has been on a few rappers’ back in the last few months, and [twitter=nas] Nasir [/twitter] is back under the scope of law.
[twitter=Nas]Nas[/twitter] kicks off the New Year with “Who Are You.” Eric Hudson handles production
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[twitter=nas]Nas[/twitter] fans are taking it upon themselves to appeal to Mr. Jones for a sequel to The Lost Tapes. Following Lupe’s fan fashion, Nas’ devotees took
[twitter=teddyking]DJ Teddy King[/twitter] has been diligently working on his next Boundless Music Release. A talented DJ with an arsenal of rare music, his vision for
RollingStone Magazine created a new feature which highlights 50 artists while compiling a playlist of his/her favorite tracks pertaining to a particular category. Nas’ list