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Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones, more commonly known as Nas (formerly Nasty Nas and Escobar), born September 14, 1973 in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York, is a prominent American MC. The son of jazz musician Olu Dara, he was raised in the infamous Queensbridge housing projects in Queensbridge, New York. According to the Nasty Songfacts, as a teenager rapper, Nasir first went by the nickname Kid Wave before adopting his more commonly known alias of Nasty Nas. By the time… read more

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  • Avatar for Cali4nia83
    Nas and Pac
  • Avatar for agentzerooo
    the goatiest
  • Avatar for rclerebours
    the GOAT
  • Avatar for MegaDave89
    Real good raping!
  • Avatar for rhayader18
    Smarten up Nas
  • Avatar for melodicvibe78
    Truly a rap icon; one of, if not, the best.
  • Avatar for deiderry
    we destroy & rebuild
  • Avatar for Red_October2
    Illmatiс included in my top five favorite rap albums.
  • Avatar for georgieMT82
    LIfe´s a bitch and then you die...
  • Avatar for KingNoCrown
    "Street's Desciple" has a lot of great tracks. I'd put it in the conversation with being one of the better double hip hop albums. "A Message To The Feds", "War", "Just A Moment", "American Way", "Bridging The Gap", "Me And You", "Suicide Bounce", "Thief's Theme", "Live Now". A lot of great Nas songs. A lot of that period in between "God's Son" and "Distant Relatives" goes unnoticed. "Hip Hop Is Dead" is honestly one of my favorite Nas LP's. His beat selection was great and rhymes were top notch. "Untitled" was a mixed bag, but had some solid tracks.

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