Nas is back with some new rhymes over the J Dilla beat ‘Gobstopper’.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut album Illmatic, Nas releases the video to “Represent”.
Wiz Khalifa comes through with the official remix to his street hit “We Dem Boyz”. He gets features from Rick Ross, Schoolboy Q and Nas. Take a listen above.
Australian trio Bliss N Eso managed to recruit Nas for their lead single “I Am Somebody”. Check out the big budget video above.
Nas is celebrating the 20th anniversary of his all time classic album Illmatic with a reissue titled “Illmatic XX”. To honor this great occasion we have 2 copies of the CD to giveaway to our loyal fans courtesy of Sony Music.
The 20th Anniversary edition of Illmatic includes:
- The original album remastered
- 2nd Disc features 10 rare remixes, demos and freestyles
- New artwork with 24 page booklet
- Includes liner notes by Sacha Jenkins, tributes and rare photos.
To be in with a chance to win a free copy of Illmatic XX just follow us on Twitter (@KillerHipHop) and tweet us with your favourite Illmatic song and the hashtag #KHHIllmaticXX. 2 winners will then be selected at random and sent a copy of the seminal LP.
The album will officially hit stores on April 15 via Sony Legacy. Check out the tracklist below:
Nas hit the stage at the 2014 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in California to perform his classic album Illmatic in full. While there he brought out Jay Z and Diddy. Check it out below. Read more
Nas paid a visit to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut album Illmatic. Nas performed his classic “One Love” with Q Tip and The Roots. After the jump Nas performed “The World Is Yours”.
Mary J. Blige and Nas join forces for a new version of the gospel track ‘Rise Up Shepherd And Follow’. The record is featured on the soundtrack to the upcoming movie ‘Black Nativity’, due out on November 27th.
Rudimental manages to get Nas on the remix to their track “Free” featuring Emeli Sande. Take a listen below.
Nas paid a visit to the Arsenio Hall show to perform his “Life Is Good” track You Wouldn’t Understand.
After the jump check out footage from Nas’ 40th Birthday celebration at Avenue nightclub in NYC last night.