New music from Nas, Produced by No I.D. His 10th studio album ” Life Is Good”, is set to drop on July 17th.
As part of my Noisemakers Interview Series, Peter Rosenberg sat down with the legend, Nasty Nas, for an in depth interview in front of a couple of thousand of our closest friends. The event went down on Friday March 16th at The Belmont in Austin Texas.
DJ Premier’s new Classical remix for RE:GENERATION featuring Nas and the Berklee Symphony Orchestra.
Presented by Hyundai Veloster, RE:GENERATION is a documentary film that follows DJ Premier, Pretty Lights, The Crystal Method, Mark Ronson, and Skrillex as they remix, recreate and re-imagine five traditional styles of music. Learn more at youtube.com/veloster and regenerationmusicproject.com.
New video for the Tower Heist soundtrack featuring Nas and the Bawse. Eddie Murphy & Ben Stiller’s Tower heist movie in theaters November 4.
The Legendary Rock the Bells was this past weekend at Governor’s Island NYC. Here;s footage of Rae and Ghostface during their set. I herd from a few friends Nas killed his set for over an hour. While Immortal Technique went in on his fans for not watching his performance lol.
Director Jason Goldwatch, the video should drop sometime this week. You can buy the single here off iTunes.
At Rock The Bells in San Bernardino last weekend during Nas’ set.
The Dreamer, The Believer out this Fall. Dope Track!!!
Drake and J.Cole performed “In The Morning”. ,Then Nas came out for “Made You Look”.
Well as you know I worked with a wide range of talent. One cool dude I got to kick it with was my man Nas. Nas is a talented, funny, cool individual. Actually his brother Jungle, to me is one of the funniest dudes I ever met. Don’t believe me check the N.O.R.E. skits. I must credit Jungle though, he was a visionary with A&R talent as well. This song was done in 2005 while I was recording “Press Play”. This beat was one out of many sitting around. I felt this beat was Hip-Hop and to me I pictured Nas flowing to this beat, it was NYC, Queens, and most of all had substance. Well as we know the track never made the album, however the countless studio sessions with Nas and Keyshia were priceless. They were never in the studio at the sametime. Yummy Bingham originally wrote and referenced the hook. I wish this song made it to Press Play, but it never did, I thought the world could use some blessings from Godson.
LRG and Nas & Kwon chop it up on the third installment of this series.
Part 2 of LRG’s visit to Raekwon and Nas in Norway. The duo performs their cuts off Mobb Deep’s Eye For An Eye on this one.
Nas talks about his first time meeting Raekwon. LRG his up Norway to chop it up with Nas and Kwon as the shoot their video for Rich & Black.
During their stop in the UK; Nas & Damian Marley chop it up with Tim Westwood.