Posts Tagged ‘ Nas ’

Common – Ghetto Dreams feat. Nas (Prod. By No I.D.)


Ever since Amazon previewed the “Ghetto Dreams” snippet back in May, the world has been waiting for the highly-anticipated collaboration from two hip-hop titans Common and Nas. The track has come to fruition thanks to Common’s upcoming album The Dreamer, The Believer through his new deal with Warner Bros. Records. Stayed tuned for more album exclusives. Enjoy!


Ron Artest -– Who Are You feat. Nas & Xin Xin

“I sware sports and music are so synonymous because we wanna be them and they wanna be us,” this lyric from Drake’s “Thank Me Now” track perfectly describes Ron Artest’s pursuit of the music industry. The one-time NBA champ has come out with another track from his Ball’n mixtape. The Nas and Xin Xin-assisted track turns out to be a pretty good one as it possess that old-school flow from one of Queensbridge’s finest. Hopefully Artest can put the same amount of effort he has put in music in to turning around the Lakers recent losing streak. Enjoy.

>J. Cole — NY State Of Mind (Freestyle)


J. Cole rips through one of the best joint of Hip-Hop’s time “NY State Of Mind” in on the spot freestyle on the radio. Nas would be proud. Check it.
J. Cole — NY State Of Mind (Freestyle)

>Nas — Snitch Alibi


One of hip-hop’s finest Nas drops his latest song “Snitch Alibi” produced by Boola. The highly respected MC released the track as part of the Boola music series. Check it.

Nas — Snitch Alibi

>J. Cole — Villematic


J. Cole puts his own spin on the legendary Nas album calling it Villematic. The track is the North Carolina native’s take on Kanye’s latest release “Devil In A New Dress.” Enjoy.

J. Cole — Villematic

>Nas — Power, Paper, Pussy


The legendary New York MC has not lost a step since the release of one of the most influential albums in hip-hop history Illmatic. This short two-minute track falls nothing short of living up to his legacy. Enjoy.

Nas — Power, Paper, Pussy

>Fashawn — Ode To Illmatic (Mixtape)


California’s own Fashawn has released Ode To Illmatic a mixtape honoring one of the greatest rap albums of all-time from NYC rapper Nas. The mixtape brings back melodious flows and instumentals similar to artists like Mos Def, Talib Kweli, and of course Nas. Check it out.

Fashawn — Ode To Illmatic (Mixtape)