It’s not as if a guy like Nas was going to pull his punches.
Not to mention a guest spot from Nas, along with producing credits from Kanye West, Diplo and SOPHIE.
The recently surfaced video features the Beastie Boys and Nas cavorting in various locations, including a local Arby’s restaurant.
We all know that Madonna has a “reputation” and there’s no telling where her tongue has been but Nas let her lick his face! See the pic…
Nas has crafted an instant classic utilizing Dilla’s “Gobstopper” beat from the legendary ‘Donuts’ album.
Fans at the New York City record release party for Run the Jewels got a surprise when Nas came out as a special guest.
BJ the Chicago Kid also hops on the remix right after Nas leaves with the announcement that’s he’s single and looking — “I’m interviewing, holla.”
The 74-minute film now has a new trailer ahead of its theater release this October, found above.
The rapper has announced a North American fall tour starting this Oct. 2.
Freddie Gibbs, A$AP Ferg and Young Thug are teaming up to talk about their malt liquor of choice.
According to the Denver Post, the shooting occurred in the parking lot of the Red Rocks Amphitheatre where Nas, Schoolboy Q and Flying Lotus played a show.
Now this whole ‘sneakerhead’ culture is really getting out of hand. I can understand people paying a few extra dollars for a rare pair of kicks, but this $30,000 dollars is a bit insane. According […]
Fun Fun Fun Fest is back for its ninth year with a diverse lineup that boasts everyone from Judas Priest and Nas to Death Cab for Cutie and Girl Talk. The festival was announced today (May 20) for Nov. 7-9 at Auditorium Shores in Austin, Texas.
The star-studded new album from Jennifer Lopez finally has a track list that confirms its collaborations, in all giving a clearer picture of what to expect on the pop star’s eighth studio album.
Following its debut at opening night of the Tribeca Film Festival in April, Variety reports that Tribeca Films will release the documentary Time Is Illmatic, about the release and subesquent influence of Nas’s landmark 1994 album.