Last night, Nas and Erykah Badu performed “This Bitter Land” on Jimmy Kimmel Live, a track from the soundtrack of indie film, The Land (which was executive produced by Nas and Cleveland-native Machine Gun Kelly).
In December 2015, it was reported that Nas signed on to executive-produce an indie film titled The Land with Cleveland-bred artist Machine Gun Kelly starring Erykah Badu. Now listen to one of the songs from the soundtrack, a collab by Nas and Badu called “This Bitter Land.”
Since taking ownership of Mass Appeal Records and releasing his documentary entitled, “Time Is Illmatic,” this is the first single weâve heard from Nas since 2012.
Despite having an impressive cast and the Thanksgiving Holiday in play, “Black Nativity” got off to a slow start at the box office this week.
Hip Hop legend Nas recently kick started his fellowship program at Harvard University, which sees him sharing his expertise with the Universityâs new Hip Hop Archive program called The Nasir Jones Hip-Hop Fellowship.
In a recent sit down with The Huffington Post Nas spoke about the focus of his upcoming album, how he became involved with Hennessy’s “Wild Rabbit” campaign, and working with other music greats like Mariah Carey and Justin Timberlake among other things.
Nas is enjoying a grown, sexy and thorough 40th birthday celebration.
A song called âNo Such Thing as White Jesusâ was supposed to be on Nasâ 2010 release Life Is Good, but the song was left off due to a mix up with the music files as they were temporarily lost.
“The Don” is the latest single from Nas’ critically acclaimed album ‘Life Is Good’.
Hip Hop veteran Nas lifted TV audiences last night with an intense performance of “World’s An Addiction,” a sng lifted from his latest album, Life Is Good.